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You can also run the Network Application "headlessly." I haven't tried it, but the instructions at -the-unifi-controller-headless-on-mac/ look promising. Note that you'll need to use a different exec string than the ones suggested on that page.

IMPORTANT: Please ensure you are using a controller level backup file and not a site export file. Site export files do not contain controller level details such as user accounts. The restore process will overwrite any existing configuration on the hosted controller with the contents of the backup file.

Option B. On the existing controller, go into Settings>System>Advanced - Inform Host Input your new hosted controller domain name ( then click "Apply Changes". Your devices will start to move over to the new controller, but it may take 5-10 minutes.

Next you will need to add the GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) keys for UniFi and MongoDB (used to store your users and WiFi statistics within the UniFi controller). The GPG keys verifies the genuinity of who you will be downloading from during the installation. Here's another one liner to add both (Ubiquiti first then MongoDB):

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Using Windows Server or even a Windows desktop is a common host for a Unifi Controller. To use get it the controller set up is as easy as installing the software and launching it. The installer will install a basic web server that you can log in and start managing devices.

By default, the webserver that the controller software installs will run as an application. By default, a user has to be logged in for the controller to run. To fix this, you will learn how to set it up to run as a service thus removing the logged-in requirement.

Once the controller shows as started (see above), close the window and click Yes on the confirmation to close the controller. This stops the controller so you can install the service.

Once the controller software is installed, it will only work if someone is logged in. To force it to run all of the time, you need to set it up to run as a Windows service. But first, be sure to remove the Unifi shortcut on the desktop.

To get the controller installed on Linux you have many options. Ubiquiti has some instructions on how to install the controller on their website but it only covers the install for a couple of specific versions of Linux. To use Debian, use the script that has been posted on the Unifi forums by member AmazedMender16.

Download and run the Unifi Controller installer script. This script will handle the install of the dependencies and controller software for many different distros of Linux including the Debian 10 server we are using.

You will be prompted for a few things while the script runs. First, it will ask if you want to keep the script downloaded after the install. In most cases this is not required, so you should enter n and then press enter.

At this screen, you can also choose to automatically backup your controller. If you choose this option, you can configure a server to backup to and restore from the settings menu in the controller. If you would like to disable either of these you can uncheck them.

After device adoption, set up your Wifi network by providing the SSID and password. You can skip this set to be completed later by clicking the Skip button too. You also have the option to use the same SSID and password for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz wifi networks. All of these settings can also be changed within the controller after the setup.

Once the uninstall is finished, run the installer downloaded in the previous step. After it is complete, launch the controller via the desktop shortcut that was automatically created during the upgrade and close it.

Run sudo apt upgrade unifi -y and wait for it to complete. This command will use apt to upgrade the Unifi package to the newest version. After it outputs that the update has been completed you can log back into the controller through the web page.

Now that the installation has been moved, you will want to configure the Unifi Controller to run as a service. If this is not done, the Unifi Controller will need manually starting by a logged in user. When the user logs out, the controller software will close.

You have installed Unifi Cloud Controller on a Debian 11 Server. You can use the controller to harness the power of your connected network devices with multiple features, optimization, user control, and captive portal settings.

The Unifi controller can be installed on a Raspberry Pi by adding the Debian repository from the manufacturer, and using apt to install all the required packages. A .deb package is also available directly on the website. The configuration can then be done via a convenient web interface.

Anyway, the product that interests us today is a software: Unifi controller.The goal of this product is to manage access points and wireless devices from a unique web interface.From the interface, you can see all the access points and broadcast a unique SSID.The controller will handle the roaming between access points and load distribution.

Are you a bit lost in the Linux command line? Check this article first for the most important commands to remember, and a free downloadable cheat sheet so you can have the commands at your fingertips.

This is the end of the installation procedure, but your controller may not work yet.You can check the service status with:sudo service unifi status If you get an error like this one on a fresh Raspberry Pi OS installation:

Connect to it and check that everything works fine.By default, the Unifi controller will give you an IP address within your main network.You have nothing else to do, but you can change it in Settings > LAN.

I have yet to get this awesome (thanks for making it straight forward!) guide to work.. I realize it may be outdated and some dependencies or OS version may be effecting things. Would be great if someone could help update. Im still working at it.. (i have a working install of unifi but had to do it a very complicated way which made a mess out of the install).

Thank you for the article. It was most helpful. The only problem I ran into was access the URL for the controller. IE, Edge, Chrome, Brave all indicated this error: ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH. Being I had not restarted the RPi after all the steps, I decided to reboot and the problem went away. ? Really great site you have!

There are several methods through which UniFi devices can be adopted to a Cloud-based controller for Layer 3 (L3) device management. So which is best? In this walkthrough guide we explore the options.

To adopt your device to a Cloud (L3) controller, you will need to follow the set-inform process. This process in-effect informs the device which controller it should be adopted to. Here we detail two methods - single-device SSH adoption, and multi-device site imports.

To be able to run commands on your UniFi device, you will first need to establish an SSH connection to the device. This will allow you to then check the device information, upgrade the firmware, reset the device, and set the controller URL as the inform target.

The set-inform process is a required step in adopting your devices to the Cloud. By setting the Cloud controller as the inform target on the device, the device is made ready for adoption within the Cloud controller.

If you need a Cloud controller for Layer-3 oversight of all your network sites, check out Hubox - a quick way to deploy a ready-to-use UniFi Cloud controller. If you have any questions about this article or require any assistance, please feel welcome to email our support team at [email protected] - or hop into the live chat on our website!

Reconfiguring UniFi controller after a move to new host or a server can be a pain. Wouldn't it be awesome if you were able to migrate UniFi controller to a new server without having to configure everything from scratch? Here is how to do it.

Ubiquiti UniFI controller is a web-based management interface for managing several of Ubiquiti's devices. UniFi line of devices are widely gaining popularity as reliable networking gear at both prosumer and enterprise levels. Consumer-grade routers are great for small environments, once I moved to a bigger 3-level house, my reliable ASUS AC68U was not enough to cover the entire house. Actually, routers are powerful enough but most devices do not have powerful enough radios to send data back to the router through all the walls, which is why access points or mesh networks are gaining popularity.

I previously ran UniFi controller on my Docker-based Home Server with Traefik Reverse Proxy. I constantly tinker with my Intel NUC Home Server. This made UniFi controller unavailable at times. So I decided to move UniFi controller to cloud. Currently my controller is hosted on Vultr VPS and it has been working great!


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