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1. Download UniFi Network software for Windows
You can find the latest software version for Windows on our Downloads page.
2. Run the installer
Install the software by running the installer and following the setup steps.
If you encounter a “This application requires Java” error, download and install Java 8 before re-running the installer.
3. Launch the UniFi Network application
Launch the UniFi application from the Start menu if it does not start automatically.
You will see a success message indicating the application has started and proceed to start configuring it via your browser by clicking “Launch a Browser to Manage the Network”.
Unifi controller setup
How do I access my UniFi controller?
Windows users: Start > All Programs > Ubiquiti UniFi. 2. The UniFi login screen will appear. Enter the admin name and password in the appropriate fields and click Login.
UniFi Network helps you set up and manage your UniFi Network devices, as well as enjoy full oversight and control of your network’s traffic, security, and wireless performance. Whether you’re administering a single network or remotely managing multiple sites, this app also allows you to:
* Easily set up and adopt new UniFi switches and access points.
* Create and customize wired and WiFi networks.
* Assess network traffic and client utilization in real time.
* Block unwanted network devices, set speed limits, and check connectivity information.
* View alerts that help you instantly triage network issues and identify instigating devices.
UniFi App Download: Here
What are the UniFi Network application system requirements?
For self-hosted software setups, we recommend the following minimum system requirements (make sure to read the Release Notes for more details about a particular version):
- Operating system:
- Linux: Ubuntu Desktop / Server 16.04; Debian 9 “Stretch”
- Windows: Windows 10; Windows Server 2016
- macOS: Mavericks 10.9, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 Sierra, 10.13 High Sierra, 10.14 Mojave, 10.15 Catalina.
- CPU: x86-64 Processor (Intel / AMD x64 Processors)
- RAM: 2GB
- Network: 100Mbps Wired Ethernet
- HDD: Minimum 10GB free (20GB or more preferred)
- Java: Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8
- Web Browser: Google Chrome
- MongoDB: version 3.2 or later. Mongo is offered bundled: default is 2.4.14 (for macOS and Windows only).
I like having access to my networks and AP, but the functions are quite limited in the app and this forces em to either remote in to the DreamMachine Pro to do tasks such as creating a guest network. Also, I wasn’t able to just disable the network when not in use; I had to delete it.