Home Network Setup

Discussion in 'Third party hardware, software and accessories' started by oj88, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. Juice

    Juice PhilMUG Addict Member
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    There's also a group in Facebook I've been watching. Philippine Ubiquiti Users. One of them sells everything from Ubiquiti, including Amplifi products, and they're also a distributor. I don't know where their stores are though.
     
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    @Juice I joined the group... but I don't understand what people there are building =) Sariling tower sa bahay nila? Bago sa akin yung concept...
     
  3. Juice

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    Yeah, they do a lot of point to point installation using Ubiquiti products. But the person you're looking for is Joana Carpio. Although, I haven't bought from her, she seems to have everything in the Unifi product line.
     
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    How did you do that?
     
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    It's a feature in Unifi. You can select authentications through either hotspot for vouchers, payments like credit cards or free. Mine is house guests only, so it's free.

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    Anyone using a TP-LINK router?
    How did you setup remote management? It is connected to a PLDT DSL modem/router..
     
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    I used to have a TP-Link Archer C7 also connected to PLDT MyDSL. There is an app but functionality is very limited.
     
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    16FB07A9-8A77-44CA-8FF6-0BA279FB35CB.png https://unifi-nanohd.ubnt.com


    Look skins!
     
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    Wood skin looks nice! If only I can easily lay cat6 cables in our house, I'd buy and install UniFi APs.
     
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    That's actually the hard part, laying the cables. I still regret not doing everything in one job to lay out all the cables. It's summer already and it's hot.
     
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    On a related note, how is you home network project doing?
     
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    It's actually done aside from the two cameras that keep cutting off. Probably a crimping issue. I have to clean up the cables for aesthetic reasons also, and I have been telling this to myself for two months now. Rearranging those cables is such a chore. I'm really appreciating how tech network specialists do their job. The 15 inch monitor that's inside the rack broke down. I don't think those are meant to be on 24 hours. How is yours doing?
     
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    Regarding monitors for servers, I got the smallest Philips LED monitor I could find and a proper KVM switch. The monitor just auto powers off when not used for a few minutes and it consumes just a few watts.
     
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    What's the model of the Philips, and what KVM switch are you using?
     
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    Is the Philips mounting protruding outside the rack or is it flushed inside? Or is it on a shelf?
     
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    It’s on a shelf. It has screws on the back if you have a VESA mount. It’s really very thin and light.
     
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    Added to the list.
     
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    I have that router currently, what did you replace it with? Yeah the app is limited, on a side note, I am planning to DD-WRT Flash in the near future
     

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