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Cloud Controlled

Following up from our UniFi geek-out, Alex from HostIFi joins me to talk a bit more about their hosted UniFi controller offering, as well as a little bit more UniFi talk.
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Show Notes

Not long after speaking with Cody from Mac Telecom Networks about all things UniFi, I reached out to Alex at HostIFi, as I’d heard about their cloud hosted UniFi controllers from several of the UniFi centric YouTubers I follow, to see if we could do a bit of a follow up.

Alex very kindly agreed and we sat down to have a chat about what HostIFi is and to understand a bit more about the use case and a typical deployment.

Networking is something that I really get excited about, even if I don’t always have the budget to afford the latest gear. If you’ve got any UniFi stories you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you, so send a note over to [email protected], leave a comment on the post, or start a discussion in Goodpods.

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Chapter Times

  1. 00:00:05: Introductions
  2. 00:02:37: HostIfi
  3. 00:08:41: Pricing & Ubiquiti Hardware
  4. 00:12:37: Managing Updates
  5. 00:17:19: The Relationship With Ubiquiti
  6. 00:21:01: Deployment
  7. 00:33:15: Wrapping Up

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