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# 223503 2-Oct-2017 22:01
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I've moved over to Google Wifi so I no longer need the following:


Ubiquiti USG


Ubiquiti Unifi AP AC


15M Cat6 Patch Cable


They've been upgraded to the latest firmware available.


 


$200 or nearest offer.





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  # 1876384 2-Oct-2017 22:11
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Will take these.


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  # 1876407 2-Oct-2017 22:24
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Just remember the firmware is dependent on the controller they're adopted to. Also remember I'm running a controller people can use if they wish.





 
 
 
 


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  # 1876423 2-Oct-2017 23:08
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michaelmurfy:

 

Just remember the firmware is dependent on the controller they're adopted to. Also remember I'm running a controller people can use if they wish.

 

Thanks yes have seen your controller - nice work running that for the community.


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  # 1876539 3-Oct-2017 10:14
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$201 if they are still available :)




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  # 1876773 3-Oct-2017 16:41
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All sold.





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