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Entz

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Sold out from Ubiquiti... you buy the last one? ;)
I swear Ubiquiti is Latin for "Never in Stock"

If these had 1 POE pass through port I would get a few, but alas. Yes I know the US-8 does this but the mini is so cute and small and cheap and I need like 3 ports at each point lol.

I have been watching like a hawk for the new UXG-Pro to show up in EA (then not be in stock for 4 months :cry:)
 

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I swear Ubiquiti is Latin for "Never in Stock"

If these had 1 POE pass through port I would get a few, but alas. Yes I know the US-8 does this but the mini is so cute and small and cheap and I need like 3 ports at each point lol.

I have been watching like a hawk for the new UXG-Pro to show up in EA (then not be in stock for 4 months :cry:)
the UXG is long overdue. I want one as well.

let's make a deal that if one of us manages to add to cart, to buy a second for the other person ;)
 

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I swear Ubiquiti is Latin for "Never in Stock"

If these had 1 POE pass through port I would get a few, but alas. Yes I know the US-8 does this but the mini is so cute and small and cheap and I need like 3 ports at each point lol.

I have been watching like a hawk for the new UXG-Pro to show up in EA (then not be in stock for 4 months :cry:)
I don't understand why this isn't standard on every PoE powered AP out there.... without it if a person wants to install a couple of APs into their attic they've got to run 2 ethernet cables from the source as opposed to one from the source and then another from the first install point.

That's not really worded correctly... I do understand why they don't do it... it's a feature that will push folks over to their higher end units.
 

Entz

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Yeah pretty much. Daisy chaining is a good point as well. I have 2 spots I want to use them. One has a Cisco IP phone (Which would save a plug) and 2 computers. The other has a NanoHD which I would *love* ANY kind of pass through on. It would get my shield off Wifi (not that it really needs it) and a potential PS5. Nothing critical, I just cant justify a US-8 for those conveniences lol.
 
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