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Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US

Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US

Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine | UDM-US
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Features

  • High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP
  • Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch
  • Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI
  • UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface
  • Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor

Description

The Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine is the easiest way to introduce UniFi to homes and businesses. The UDM includes everything you need for a small-scale wired or Wi-Fi network. It's easy to use and still offers all the benefits of UniFi for homes and businesses. Features included: High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface Scalable Through Additional UniFi Devices Connected to LAN Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Brand Ubiquiti Networks


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Manufacturer Ubiquiti Networks


ASIN B081QNJFPV


Date First Available November 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 317 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,848 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #1 in PBX Phones & Systems


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Features

  • High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP
  • Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch
  • Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI
  • UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface
  • Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor

Description

The Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine is the easiest way to introduce UniFi to homes and businesses. The UDM includes everything you need for a small-scale wired or Wi-Fi network. It's easy to use and still offers all the benefits of UniFi for homes and businesses. Features included: High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface Scalable Through Additional UniFi Devices Connected to LAN Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Brand Ubiquiti Networks


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Manufacturer Ubiquiti Networks


ASIN B081QNJFPV


Date First Available November 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 317 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,848 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #1 in PBX Phones & Systems


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP
  • Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch
  • Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI
  • UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface
  • Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor

Description

The Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine is the easiest way to introduce UniFi to homes and businesses. The UDM includes everything you need for a small-scale wired or Wi-Fi network. It's easy to use and still offers all the benefits of UniFi for homes and businesses. Features included: High‐Performance Dual Band 802. 11ac 4x4 Wave 2 AP Managed 4-Port Gigabit Switch Advanced Security Gateway with IDS/IPS and DPI UniFi Network Controller with Intuitive User Interface Scalable Through Additional UniFi Devices Connected to LAN Powered by Fast 1. 7 GHz Quad-Core Processor


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Brand Ubiquiti Networks


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5 x 3 x 3 inches


Manufacturer Ubiquiti Networks


ASIN B081QNJFPV


Date First Available November 19, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 317 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,848 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products) #1 in PBX Phones & Systems


abunda_amazon_reviews Let me start by saying I have been a strong advocate for Ubiquiti products for a number of years. I support multiple installations so when I was installing a system in my house I went straight to their products. Unfortunately, my experience with this been poor at best and I am looking to replace it after only a week or two. Signal strength is weak and overall performance is sub-standard. Full disclosure, I purchased this via the Ubiquiti direct site and not Amazon. That was another big mistake. I asked about swapping it out for a different system and was told the UBNT return policy states that as soon as you open the product it cannot be returned. What a short sighted policy that leaves a long term customer with a sub-standard product. I will never buy another one of their products via their direct site and will seriously think twice about buying them at all. I strongly recommend looking to another option, steer clear of this one.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Poor performance, don’t waste your time or money;;Jon Schlatter;;;This product has a set of features missing compared to the security gateway. NAT rules, OpenVPN client, dynamic dns with Cloudflare, disabling SSH password auth, and multiple WAN addresses are not available at this time. Basically config.gateway.json that is referenced in a lot of Unify documentation is not available. Support was unresponsive. I purchased this directly from Ubiquity before it was available on Amazon and since I opened the plastic wrap, the company is refusing to take it back. Also, the wifi in the dream machine underperforms my AP-AC-Lite - Just being one room away from the dream machine drops the signal to -80.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Not ready. Bring back custom config file;;J. Penny;;;I tried to love it but I really can't. Here are the issues: 1. My HP printer sleeps 99% of the time. It loses wifi with this new router (it is perfectly fine with the old one). No matter what settings I tweaked and how long I spent with their "support", they could not resolve this. So I installed my older router as an access point to resolve this issue. 2. I noticed that one of my wireless security cameras would constantly disconnect, despite being located at most 20 feet away from the router. 3. The last drop was that my Linux server / NAS box would lose connectivity unexpectedly while being connected via ETHERNET!!! After I spent days trying to figure out the issues I tracked it down to the router. I plugged it into the older router (the one I configured as a 2.4Ghz access point and turned off 2.4Ghz on this "dream" machine) and server stopped acting up. 4. The "simply powerful network" slowed down to 50-70Mbits in my bedroom that is 15 feet away from the router. It would give me 900Mbps - 1.7Gbps only in the direct visibility 5-10 feet away or in the next room behind the wall. So what is the use of this "cool router" ??? 5. Configuration is yet another story. If you are used to a simple web interfaces (or something like DD-WRT), you will be surprised how one can convolute the settings and hide them under different "terms" and "names" so it takes you hours to figure out how to do a simple task (one example: assign a static DHCP IP rule based on a MAC address). The symptoms of #1 and #3 were very similar in a way that the device (printer and server) would report the correct IP address and the wifi or ethernet interfaces up but there was not physical connectivity to them whatsoever. So today I gave up and off it goes back to Amazon. P.S. I took me literally 15 minutes to configure my older router back to my old settings and I was relieved that I don't have to jump through hoops to make it all work. Wifi speed of 600Mbps is enough for most of my needs at this moment and my critical devices are still connected via 1Gbps ethernet. Adios Dream Machine ...;;Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2020;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not living up to the hype and expectations;;JB&AB;;;This is a beautiful machine with a great hardware and some amazing tools, but, I encounter some weird behaviors that I couldn't put my finger on it, and, support was non existence when things got complicated. A little about myself, I have over 10 years of experience on IT with knowledge on networking being close to an intermediate level. What I really loved about the UDM: - The way it looks, it just look great. This white pill with a blue halo light on top, it can go anywhere in your house/small business. - Phone App is great, you can adjust almost everything, run test, view your dashboard and get all sort of info. I wish the halo light could have some sort of timer, right now is either on or off. There is not a brightness option either. - Extra little toys like Deep Package Inspections among others, VPN, Gateway. How easy is to create pther networks that communicate between each other, AI assistance on WIFI. I spend hours playing with this. Issues that I had: - UDM was almost centered at my home (location) but coverage seemed not good, had more dead spaces compared to my old one. - Speeds varied per minute, I have giga service at my house. The UDM was getting from the company router the speed pay for, but, the speed from the UDM to my hardware varied a lot, sometime unstable. Been 15-20 feet away from the UDM and the speeds would go down by more than half than been 8-11 feets (same room no walls in between (Living room/Ktchen)). - Downloading something around 50GB - game in steam (pics) - would get the UDM into extreme high gears, fan will go to high speeds (could be heard upstairs) and internet will drop for some machines (pics attached). This never happened with my old router. - UDM would dropped connection or go into high processing year (which caused internet out) - TCP errors all the time I didn't want to return this device since I liked a lot. Opened a case with support to troubleshoot this 2 points: - Why speeds variate so much in such small amount of time, and, short distance (moving from the couch to the kitchen table your speed will dropped to half the speed that you get in the couch). - Internet dropping off and machine going into high gears upon downloading something quote big. I did everything that support asked from me, provided reports from the UDM, configuration of my router (from the internet company), factory reset the UDM, deleted and updated the drivers on my equipment. at the end, they were ready to declare my equipment at fault. Questions that tech support never answered: - Why would the speed lowered so much been in the same room but just a little far away? (drops were more than half) - UDM was getting close to giga speeds but computers were getting less than half speed being 8 feet away from UDM. - Suddenly high processing moments, this machine suppose to handle a great volume of machines and i have like 10 to 12 maybe (including phones, printers and streaming devices) I returned because tech support just gave up and the device is subpar, and, when compared to my almost 3 year old router that is more consistent, spending $300 for this is not worth it. I tried to see if tech support would fix it or at least replace it, but no.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Beautiful piece of machine not market ready and horrible support;;Carlos Maldonado

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon Schlatter - Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2019
Poor performance, don’t waste your time or money
Let me start by saying I have been a strong advocate for Ubiquiti products for a number of years. I support multiple installations so when I was installing a system in my house I went straight to their products. Unfortunately, my experience with this been poor at best and I am looking to replace it after only a week or two. Signal strength is weak and overall performance is sub-standard. Full disclosure, I purchased this via the Ubiquiti direct site and not Amazon. That was another big mistake. I asked about swapping it out for a different system and was told the UBNT return policy states that as soon as you open the product it cannot be returned. What a short sighted policy that leaves a long term customer with a sub-standard product. I will never buy another one of their products via their direct site and will seriously think twice about buying them at all. I strongly recommend looking to another option, steer clear of this one.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Penny - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019
Not ready. Bring back custom config file
This product has a set of features missing compared to the security gateway. NAT rules, OpenVPN client, dynamic dns with Cloudflare, disabling SSH password auth, and multiple WAN addresses are not available at this time. Basically config.gateway.json that is referenced in a lot of Unify documentation is not available. Support was unresponsive. I purchased this directly from Ubiquity before it was available on Amazon and since I opened the plastic wrap, the company is refusing to take it back. Also, the wifi in the dream machine underperforms my AP-AC-Lite - Just being one room away from the dream machine drops the signal to -80.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By JB&AB - Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2020
Not living up to the hype and expectations
I tried to love it but I really can't. Here are the issues: 1. My HP printer sleeps 99% of the time. It loses wifi with this new router (it is perfectly fine with the old one). No matter what settings I tweaked and how long I spent with their "support", they could not resolve this. So I installed my older router as an access point to resolve this issue. 2. I noticed that one of my wireless security cameras would constantly disconnect, despite being located at most 20 feet away from the router. 3. The last drop was that my Linux server / NAS box would lose connectivity unexpectedly while being connected via ETHERNET!!! After I spent days trying to figure out the issues I tracked it down to the router. I plugged it into the older router (the one I configured as a 2.4Ghz access point and turned off 2.4Ghz on this "dream" machine) and server stopped acting up. 4. The "simply powerful network" slowed down to 50-70Mbits in my bedroom that is 15 feet away from the router. It would give me 900Mbps - 1.7Gbps only in the direct visibility 5-10 feet away or in the next room behind the wall. So what is the use of this "cool router" ??? 5. Configuration is yet another story. If you are used to a simple web interfaces (or something like DD-WRT), you will be surprised how one can convolute the settings and hide them under different "terms" and "names" so it takes you hours to figure out how to do a simple task (one example: assign a static DHCP IP rule based on a MAC address). The symptoms of #1 and #3 were very similar in a way that the device (printer and server) would report the correct IP address and the wifi or ethernet interfaces up but there was not physical connectivity to them whatsoever. So today I gave up and off it goes back to Amazon. P.S. I took me literally 15 minutes to configure my older router back to my old settings and I was relieved that I don't have to jump through hoops to make it all work. Wifi speed of 600Mbps is enough for most of my needs at this moment and my critical devices are still connected via 1Gbps ethernet. Adios Dream Machine ...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Carlos Maldonado - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2020
Beautiful piece of machine not market ready and horrible support
This is a beautiful machine with a great hardware and some amazing tools, but, I encounter some weird behaviors that I couldn't put my finger on it, and, support was non existence when things got complicated. A little about myself, I have over 10 years of experience on IT with knowledge on networking being close to an intermediate level. What I really loved about the UDM: - The way it looks, it just look great. This white pill with a blue halo light on top, it can go anywhere in your house/small business. - Phone App is great, you can adjust almost everything, run test, view your dashboard and get all sort of info. I wish the halo light could have some sort of timer, right now is either on or off. There is not a brightness option either. - Extra little toys like Deep Package Inspections among others, VPN, Gateway. How easy is to create pther networks that communicate between each other, AI assistance on WIFI. I spend hours playing with this. Issues that I had: - UDM was almost centered at my home (location) but coverage seemed not good, had more dead spaces compared to my old one. - Speeds varied per minute, I have giga service at my house. The UDM was getting from the company router the speed pay for, but, the speed from the UDM to my hardware varied a lot, sometime unstable. Been 15-20 feet away from the UDM and the speeds would go down by more than half than been 8-11 feets (same room no walls in between (Living room/Ktchen)). - Downloading something around 50GB - game in steam (pics) - would get the UDM into extreme high gears, fan will go to high speeds (could be heard upstairs) and internet will drop for some machines (pics attached). This never happened with my old router. - UDM would dropped connection or go into high processing year (which caused internet out) - TCP errors all the time I didn't want to return this device since I liked a lot. Opened a case with support to troubleshoot this 2 points: - Why speeds variate so much in such small amount of time, and, short distance (moving from the couch to the kitchen table your speed will dropped to half the speed that you get in the couch). - Internet dropping off and machine going into high gears upon downloading something quote big. I did everything that support asked from me, provided reports from the UDM, configuration of my router (from the internet company), factory reset the UDM, deleted and updated the drivers on my equipment. at the end, they were ready to declare my equipment at fault. Questions that tech support never answered: - Why would the speed lowered so much been in the same room but just a little far away? (drops were more than half) - UDM was getting close to giga speeds but computers were getting less than half speed being 8 feet away from UDM. - Suddenly high processing moments, this machine suppose to handle a great volume of machines and i have like 10 to 12 maybe (including phones, printers and streaming devices) I returned because tech support just gave up and the device is subpar, and, when compared to my almost 3 year old router that is more consistent, spending $300 for this is not worth it. I tried to see if tech support would fix it or at least replace it, but no.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jon Schlatter - Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2019
Poor performance, don’t waste your time or money
Let me start by saying I have been a strong advocate for Ubiquiti products for a number of years. I support multiple installations so when I was installing a system in my house I went straight to their products. Unfortunately, my experience with this been poor at best and I am looking to replace it after only a week or two. Signal strength is weak and overall performance is sub-standard. Full disclosure, I purchased this via the Ubiquiti direct site and not Amazon. That was another big mistake. I asked about swapping it out for a different system and was told the UBNT return policy states that as soon as you open the product it cannot be returned. What a short sighted policy that leaves a long term customer with a sub-standard product. I will never buy another one of their products via their direct site and will seriously think twice about buying them at all. I strongly recommend looking to another option, steer clear of this one.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Penny - Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2019
Not ready. Bring back custom config file
This product has a set of features missing compared to the security gateway. NAT rules, OpenVPN client, dynamic dns with Cloudflare, disabling SSH password auth, and multiple WAN addresses are not available at this time. Basically config.gateway.json that is referenced in a lot of Unify documentation is not available. Support was unresponsive. I purchased this directly from Ubiquity before it was available on Amazon and since I opened the plastic wrap, the company is refusing to take it back. Also, the wifi in the dream machine underperforms my AP-AC-Lite - Just being one room away from the dream machine drops the signal to -80.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By JB&AB - Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2020
Not living up to the hype and expectations
I tried to love it but I really can't. Here are the issues: 1. My HP printer sleeps 99% of the time. It loses wifi with this new router (it is perfectly fine with the old one). No matter what settings I tweaked and how long I spent with their "support", they could not resolve this. So I installed my older router as an access point to resolve this issue. 2. I noticed that one of my wireless security cameras would constantly disconnect, despite being located at most 20 feet away from the router. 3. The last drop was that my Linux server / NAS box would lose connectivity unexpectedly while being connected via ETHERNET!!! After I spent days trying to figure out the issues I tracked it down to the router. I plugged it into the older router (the one I configured as a 2.4Ghz access point and turned off 2.4Ghz on this "dream" machine) and server stopped acting up. 4. The "simply powerful network" slowed down to 50-70Mbits in my bedroom that is 15 feet away from the router. It would give me 900Mbps - 1.7Gbps only in the direct visibility 5-10 feet away or in the next room behind the wall. So what is the use of this "cool router" ??? 5. Configuration is yet another story. If you are used to a simple web interfaces (or something like DD-WRT), you will be surprised how one can convolute the settings and hide them under different "terms" and "names" so it takes you hours to figure out how to do a simple task (one example: assign a static DHCP IP rule based on a MAC address). The symptoms of #1 and #3 were very similar in a way that the device (printer and server) would report the correct IP address and the wifi or ethernet interfaces up but there was not physical connectivity to them whatsoever. So today I gave up and off it goes back to Amazon. P.S. I took me literally 15 minutes to configure my older router back to my old settings and I was relieved that I don't have to jump through hoops to make it all work. Wifi speed of 600Mbps is enough for most of my needs at this moment and my critical devices are still connected via 1Gbps ethernet. Adios Dream Machine ...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Carlos Maldonado - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2020
Beautiful piece of machine not market ready and horrible support
This is a beautiful machine with a great hardware and some amazing tools, but, I encounter some weird behaviors that I couldn't put my finger on it, and, support was non existence when things got complicated. A little about myself, I have over 10 years of experience on IT with knowledge on networking being close to an intermediate level. What I really loved about the UDM: - The way it looks, it just look great. This white pill with a blue halo light on top, it can go anywhere in your house/small business. - Phone App is great, you can adjust almost everything, run test, view your dashboard and get all sort of info. I wish the halo light could have some sort of timer, right now is either on or off. There is not a brightness option either. - Extra little toys like Deep Package Inspections among others, VPN, Gateway. How easy is to create pther networks that communicate between each other, AI assistance on WIFI. I spend hours playing with this. Issues that I had: - UDM was almost centered at my home (location) but coverage seemed not good, had more dead spaces compared to my old one. - Speeds varied per minute, I have giga service at my house. The UDM was getting from the company router the speed pay for, but, the speed from the UDM to my hardware varied a lot, sometime unstable. Been 15-20 feet away from the UDM and the speeds would go down by more than half than been 8-11 feets (same room no walls in between (Living room/Ktchen)). - Downloading something around 50GB - game in steam (pics) - would get the UDM into extreme high gears, fan will go to high speeds (could be heard upstairs) and internet will drop for some machines (pics attached). This never happened with my old router. - UDM would dropped connection or go into high processing year (which caused internet out) - TCP errors all the time I didn't want to return this device since I liked a lot. Opened a case with support to troubleshoot this 2 points: - Why speeds variate so much in such small amount of time, and, short distance (moving from the couch to the kitchen table your speed will dropped to half the speed that you get in the couch). - Internet dropping off and machine going into high gears upon downloading something quote big. I did everything that support asked from me, provided reports from the UDM, configuration of my router (from the internet company), factory reset the UDM, deleted and updated the drivers on my equipment. at the end, they were ready to declare my equipment at fault. Questions that tech support never answered: - Why would the speed lowered so much been in the same room but just a little far away? (drops were more than half) - UDM was getting close to giga speeds but computers were getting less than half speed being 8 feet away from UDM. - Suddenly high processing moments, this machine suppose to handle a great volume of machines and i have like 10 to 12 maybe (including phones, printers and streaming devices) I returned because tech support just gave up and the device is subpar, and, when compared to my almost 3 year old router that is more consistent, spending $300 for this is not worth it. I tried to see if tech support would fix it or at least replace it, but no.