Yes, They are an addon to the standard CAL
Posts made by brianlittlejohn
RE: UNMS vs Unifi for a deployment "today"
You can click on almost any IP on any screen and it will pop it into a browser window. So if you have rules setup for that, you will be taken directly to the unit's login.
The only thing I can see suited to their described needs in the Unifi is the ability to use the web browser or mobile app to remotely look at what is going on with internet access when users start complaining about the speed slowing down.
Then the IT person can log in to UNMS and see what the overall speeds and such are. If there is a specific issue, they can log into the specific site. But this is a business and this below should not be an issue.
I have a Unifi at home and I use the mobile app to block my kids at night, and can see they are on Youtube, etc.
This is not a feature that should be used in a business. It is a business, not a fucking adult daycare.
I dont think they intend to use as such other than to figure out where the bottlenecks are while they are occuring.
Personally, I dont think there are bottlenecks, I think its the Sonicwall stuff they currently have.
Well, the UNMS will certainly show bandwidth totals by port.
I will be adding my first EdgeSwitch to my UNMS system this weekend. I assuming some per port statistics would also be available there.
It does not yet, just CPU and latency right now. At least from what I have seen.
RE: I can't even
The hell... your job depends on installing Windows Server 2016 to the bare metal?!
And you are likely using FakeRAID if you haven't go into a RAID controller and configured said Array!
And Windows Installation has nothing to do with setting up the Array so the number 1 response there is full of it!
wtf is "Server Guide 10.6"?
I think it is software for Lenovo... kind of like Dell's Lifecycle Controller.
Edit: @dbeato beat me to it.