Ubiquiti Networks presents UniFi Video 3.1.3. Links to installation files are at the end of this post.
- NVR appliance or a 64-bit OS from the Files section below
- Intel Atom D2500 CPU
- 100 GB HDD
- 2 GB RAM
- Google Chrome
- Adobe Flash Player
- 500 GB HDD
- 4 GB RAM
Update via UniFi Video UI
- Under NVR settings, click “Check For Updates”.
- Click on “Update” when the entry for 3.1.3 appears.
Access the NVR via SSH. The default credentials are root/ubnt.
Linux/Mac: Open a terminal window.
Windows: Access via PuTTY
Download the installation file:wget http://dl.ubnt.com/firmwares/unifi-video/3.1.3/unifi-video_3.1.3-Debian7_amd64.deb
Install the package:dpkg -i unifi-video_3.1.3-Debian7_amd64.deb
- This example uses Ubuntu 14.04.
- Open a terminal window.
- Download the installation file:wget http://dl.ubnt.com/firmwares/unifi-video/3.1.3/unifi-video_3.1.3-Ubuntu14.04_amd64.deb
- Install the package:sudo dpkg -i unifi-video_3.1.3-Ubuntu14.04_amd64.deb; sudo apt-get install -f
- Download the installation file.
- Run the installer as Administrator
Upgrading in Linux via APT RepositoryHow to update from a privileged command line in Linux-based distributions:wget -O - http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/unifi-video/apt/unifi-video.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo “deb [arch=amd64] http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/unifi-video/apt ubiquiti” > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/unifi-video.list’Where is replaced with:
- wheezy – Debian 7.x
- precise – Ubuntu 12.04
- trusty – Ubuntu 14.04
sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install unifi-videoImportant Notes
- After upgrading, you may have to wait several minutes to log in
- Gen1 cameras (airCam, airCam Dome, & airCam Mini) will not be supported in 3.2.0
- Always Record mode creates full-time and motion recordings (this does not use additional disk space)
- It’s recommended to set the motion sensitivity of existing cameras to 80%.
- Added work around for video stream issue with 1st generation cameras surpassing 50 day uptime (reboot)
- Improved disk i/o performance
- Fixed issue with incorrect last recording time
- Increased MongoDB connection limits
- Fixed recording/streaming issues due to EMS restarts
- Gen1 cameras are fixed at 15 FPS
- 3.0.8 used Flash player for live streams on port 1935—that port is no longer used
- 3.1.3 uses HTML5 for live streams on port 7445 (HTTP) and 7446 (HTTPS)
- Ensure ports 7445 and 7446 are not blocked by a firewall
- If accessing remotely, those ports must be forwarded as well
Forward the following ports (of TCP type) if accessing over WAN:
Between Camera & NVR
- 22 – SSH
- 6666 – Live FLV for incoming Gen2 camera streams
- 7080 – WebSockets/HTTP
- 7443 – WebSockets/HTTPS
Between Client & NVR
- 7080 – HTTP web UI & API
- 7443 – HTTPS web UI & API
- 7445 – Video over HTTP
- 7446 – Video over HTTPS
- 7447 – RTSP re-streaming via Controller