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  #2468991 24-Apr-2020 07:42
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Thanks for that - some real NZ experience I’ve not heard before.

 

I suspect you’re right that it could be different for me. I do nee a VLAN for my internet connection, but I figure I’ll set it up as a client of my existing network first if I have to. Some people are saying the restore of a backup has worked well, but everybody seems to have an initial internet connection issue.

 

I have enough UniFi networking stuff that I don’t want to have to set it all up manually. 


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  #2468995 24-Apr-2020 08:08
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My UniFi switch was used independently, not as part of a UniFi controller or network. When I plugged it into the DM its status was ‘managed by other’. I had to power recycle to get rid of that status.





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  #2469002 24-Apr-2020 08:25
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Yeah I'm banking on the backup restore function as well as I run a fully UniFi network - it started with the cameras damnit. hahaha

Anyway, too much stuff to manually rework but backup from the usg3p will be epic if able.

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  #2517129 4-Jul-2020 10:40
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I just checked Go Wireless and they are saying the ETA is 31 July now. Also it’s dropped back to a more reasonable $675+GST. As they are the NZ supplier that carries more weight than Ascent’s previous 30 April ETA that was then caught in the Covid lockdown.

 

I’ve noticed a fair few software updates for the UDM Pro coming through from UniFi. That could mean there is just a lot to fix, or that they have been making good progress depending on your viewpoint I guess. Anyway, it’s nice to think my preorder will eventually be filled and in only 4 more weeks.


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  #2517156 4-Jul-2020 11:49
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ooooo YAY! 

 

although, did they bump the price up already!? https://www.gowifi.co.nz/switches/udm-pro.html  says 795+gst :/

 

I've also been following the updates and comments from US based owners and i think that the updates reflect the amount of work they are doing to stabilise the firmware/software. I expect there will be obvious teething problems which i hope those early adopters will help iron out by the time i can afford one. :)


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  #2517158 4-Jul-2020 11:51
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You have to login with your gowifi account to see dealer pricing.




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  #2517169 4-Jul-2020 12:39
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I didn’t realise I was seeing dealer pricing, though I do have a login. I actually paid $619+GST when I preordered way back in February.


 
 
 
 


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  #2517172 4-Jul-2020 12:59
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Yeah logged in and still 795+gst :( 


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  #2517173 4-Jul-2020 13:03
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Hmm. Mine says $795+GST on the left now I look again, but it has $675.75+GST in red on the right which is what caught my eye. It’s still there now, for me at least.


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#2517177 4-Jul-2020 13:21
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I've got one on order from SnapperNet; will update with what its like once it arrives (should be start of next month)


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