"Forget" your access point(s) on your existing UniFi Controller before adopting it on your hosted controller 10
UPDATE: Due to the positive responses I’ve received about this script, and repeated requests for Let’s Encrypt support, it now supports standard and Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates. Read on for details. The Ubiquiti UniFi Controller comes with its own self-signed SSL certificate, which means that every time you try to […]

Use an Existing SSL Certificate on a Linux UniFi Controller

WiFi connection on iPhone 4 680
UPDATED Dec 21, 2016. This post is a reference post for those looking to squeeze maximum speed out of their Cisco Linksys E4200 v1 wireless router running DD-WRT. The DD-WRT build I currently recommend for this router is K2.6 30880 (by BrainSlayer). IMPORTANT: My testing shows that DD-WRT K2.6 builds are much faster on the […]

My Cisco Linksys E4200 DD-WRT Settings for Max Speed

A while back, I noticed a recurring error in my maillog that read: postfix/smtp: certificate verification failed for[]:25: untrusted issuer /C=US/O=Equifax/OU=Equifax Secure Certificate Authority If you’re seeing this too, there’s an easy fix.

Fixing Postfix “certificate verification failed for gmail untrusted issuer” Error ...