Before we can start with installing the Unifi Controller on the Raspberry Pi we need to get some parts and download some software. Of course, we need to buy a Raspberry Pi. You can use a model 2, but if you have to buy one new I recommend getting a Model 3B or Model 4B
Open Putty that you downloaded earlier. Enter raspberrypi.local or the IP Address that we found in the Advanced Ip Scanner and click on Open
Now that I have it operational, the access points are showing as Managed/Adopted already. (by the old controller that I do not have anymore.) On top of this, those access points are using old firmware, 220.127.116.1153.
This table shows firmware download urls and links for package download for all devices listed in the Table of Hardware.It is mainly thought for administrative purposes, for crosschecking OpenWrt support, package architecture, package download and firmware download urls.Similar but more narrow views: Table of Hardware: Firmware :downloads and Table of Hardware: Package :downloads 2b1af7f3a8