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#272525 29-Jun-2020 16:24
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Looking at buying a new Ubiquiti UDM but still coming to terms with the price.
Before jumping in was wondering if anyone had an old USG-4 or USG-3 they were upgrading and wanted to sell?

Primarily looking for the USG-4 but at this stage would also take a USG-3 if someone had one.

Based in Auckland,


Thanks


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  #2515194 30-Jun-2020 17:51
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I have a USG-3 I'm replacing with pfSense so I can prepare for multi-gigabit WAN. I'm in Palmerston North but I'm pretty sure I have the box etc and will be happy to ship it. How much would you like to spend including shipping?


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  #2515426 1-Jul-2020 06:17
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I could possibly part with a USG4 for the right price what were you thinking?


 
 
 
 




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  #2515504 1-Jul-2020 09:01
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@k262626 Would you take $300 for the USG-4?

@SEEN how about $180 for USG-3?


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  #2515523 1-Jul-2020 09:31
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I can do $180, I'll just have to try get pfSense all set up tomorrow so I can actually sell the USG-3



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  #2515530 1-Jul-2020 09:48
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Cool thanks.

 


I'll just give k262626 a chance to reply about the USG-4 first as that was my initial preference.




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  #2516572 3-Jul-2020 09:08
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@SEEN have sent you a PM


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  #2516613 3-Jul-2020 09:17
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pistol:

 

Looking at buying a new Ubiquiti UDM but still coming to terms with the price.
Before jumping in was wondering if anyone had an old USG-4 or USG-3 they were upgrading and wanted to sell?

Primarily looking for the USG-4 but at this stage would also take a USG-3 if someone had one.

Based in Auckland,


Thanks

 



Hey pistol - just curious what made you change to a USG over the UDM Pro? I was in the same boat - wanting a UDM Pro, then prices went up, Covid hit, and they are still not here.  I have looked at getting a USG-4 as they still seem a capable product, but are they going to be updated moving forward?


 
 
 
 




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  #2516627 3-Jul-2020 09:37
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> then prices went up, Covid hit, and they are still not here. 

Pretty much this.

> are they [USG-4] going to be updated moving forward?
Probably not. However I need something now and it will last long enough to see what happens going forwards.
In all honestly I expect this will probably be my last Ubiquiti purchase.


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  #2516629 3-Jul-2020 09:43
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pistol:

 

In all honestly I expect this will probably be my last Ubiquiti purchase.

 



That's a sad statement, but also similar to how I feel about Ubiquiti - I have just sold my UAP-Pro and have my UAP listed for sale on Geekzone. To upgrade to 2 new AC access points + the UDM Pro + cameras is just too much $$$$ and there are other devices that offer better options (I have Dahua camera's for example).

I was debating if I should get a USG4 though as they are cheap-ish and a well known quantity, hence the questions, but I think I will stay with my Untangle server.

Sorry to take the thread a bit OT.


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