ioBroker

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This ioBroker adapter allows to control and monitor UniFi devices, such as UniFi WiFi Access Points using the public UniFi Controller Web-API. (jens-maus) added support for multi-site environments.

https://github.com/jens-maus/ioBroker.unifi

Dependencies:

node-unifi : ^1.0.2

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