Good network suite for the price
March 26, 2022

Good network suite for the price

Carlos Coque | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Ubiquiti Networks UniFi

We manage the infrastructure of a 4 story building where our headquarters is and needed a solution to provide guest internet access to the other companies that have offices in that building. We also have a camera system (CCTV) from Unifi in place to monitor all important areas of the building and make sure everything is safe. That is the use case for Ubiquiti Networks UniFi in our company.
  • Provides wifi internet connection
  • Allows multiple SSID management
  • Allows access to connection statistics
  • Firmware upgrades sometimes break the installation
  • Connection issues are hard to diagnose
  • Support seems to have poor knowledge
  • Allow building visitors and tenants to access the internet
  • Allow the camera system to monitor the perimeter
  • Allow for a centralized management
  • Providing a guest wifi network in the building adds to the building's services
  • Managing cameras traffic improves safety within the building's perimeter
  • Price of Unifi's overall solution is affordable compared to other state-of-the-art similar solutions
I prefer Cisco Meraki MX when compared to the similar solution from Unify. Cisco Meraki is much more stable and the cloud interface is quite better. Cisco Meraki belongs to a more expensive price range, though. I believe that Ubiquiti Networks UniFi is a good solution for the price, but doesn't offer the same quality as more expensive solutions.

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From our experience, I believe that for simpler installations, like events in large rooms where you don't have too many variables, it should be fine. It would provide internet access to a large number of people with no issues. In our case though, we have multiple floors with several obstacles disturbing the signal propagation. From time to time we have issues with connectivity and have to address those.