Ubiquiti’s Salt Lake City-based engineering team has expanded its regulatory compliance and engineering development laboratory to include state-of-the-art anechoic chambers: the 10/5/3 m Multi-Axis Anechoic Chamber & the 3 m Anechoic Dome-Roofed Chamber.
Thousands of network operators across the world got their start with airMAX M, and continue to enjoy great success today on every continent. Without the effort of all these entrepreneurs, the internet would be nothing more than a dream for millions of people today. And without affordable airMAX M equipment, these operators wouldn’t have been able to become the WISPs they are.
In recent weeks, the news of the VPNFilter malware has caused many network operators to look at their network designs, device configurations and general operational security to make sure they are protected against this issue, as well as any others that may occur in the future. Although recent airOS software is not vulnerable to this attack, keeping your device software up to date is just one part of a sound network security strategy. In talking to and advising network operators over the years, I’ve found myself returning to a few common points of security advice.
Today we released airOS v8.5.4 for airMAX AC and airOS v6.1.7 for airMAX M. Over the past couple of months, the whole airMAX team and our community beta testers have put in a lot of time and effort to make sure these releases and all their great new features and fixes are ready to go. Without further ado, let’s dive right in and take a look at some of the most important ones.