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Another thing to keep in mind is that in 45 days Unifi is going to EOL a bunch of their older hardware.  You can continue to use the old hardware but you can't upgrade your controller version.  So people may want to be cognizant of that and purposely stay on older versions of the controller.

 

 https://community.ui.com/questions/Select-UniFi-Access-Point-AP-Models-Obsoletion-Date-March-1-2021/65487283-ce9d-49f4-85b9-b6aa54659ef7

 

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What This Means:

The following UniFi Access Point (AP) models will no longer receive new system releases, critical bug fixes, or security updates after March 1, 2021:

UAP-Outdoor

UAP-Outdoor+

UAP-Pro

UAP-IW

UAP (v1+v2)

UAP-LR (v1+v2)

UAP-AC-EDU

UAP-AC-IW-PRO

These UniFi AP models will continue to be supported by network controllers that have not upgraded to versions released past the obsoletion date (March 1, 2021). These AP models will still remain visible in controllers that are upgraded beyond the obsoletion date, but they will no longer be configurable.

 

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On 12/14/2020 at 2:34 PM, Hoopster said:

SIf you were going from LTS (5.6), to 5.14, there would be some necessary interim steps as outlined earlier in this thread.

 

I'm on LTS (5.6) and would like to go to 5.14.  This is a very long thread, can you point to or summarize the interim steps needed?  I will go back and look for the actual posts, but this would serve as a cross reference to make sure I got everything correct.  Thanks.

 

Update:

So to go from LTS (5.6)  I would change the Repository as follows:

 

Upgrade from LTS (5.6) to 5.10.24-ls21

Currently: linuxserver/unifi-controller:LTS

Change to:  linuxserver/unifi-controller:5.10.24-ls21

 

Then upgrade from 5.10.24-ls21 to 5.14.23-ls26

change Repository field to linuxserver/unifi-controller:5.14.23-ls76

 

Does that sound right?

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13 hours ago, mifronte said:

 

I'm on LTS (5.6) and would like to go to 5.14.  This is a very long thread, can you point to or summarize the interim steps needed?  I will go back and look for the actual posts, but this would serve as a cross reference to make sure I got everything correct.  Thanks.

 

Update:

So to go from LTS (5.6)  I would change the Repository as follows:

 

Upgrade from LTS (5.6) to 5.10.24-ls21

Currently: linuxserver/unifi-controller:LTS

Change to:  linuxserver/unifi-controller:5.10.24-ls21

 

Then upgrade from 5.10.24-ls21 to 5.14.23-ls26

change Repository field to linuxserver/unifi-controller:5.14.23-ls76

 

Does that sound right?

Please let us know if you manage to complete this without any issues and everything works or not at the end of it.

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Thanks @Hoopster.

 

@PeteAsking, I was able to successfully update to Controller 5.14.23 without any issues by first upgrading to 5.10.24.  The database was upgraded by 5.10.24 prior to upgrading to 5.14.23.

 

All my APs (1 local, 5 remote) showed up without issues.

 

@Hoopster, Would you happen to know what would be a rock solid firmware for the APs to match Controller 5.14.23?

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15 minutes ago, mifronte said:

Would you happen to know what would be a rock solid firmware for the APs to match Controller 5.14.23?

All of my APs are currently on firmware version 4.3.24.11355.  I have had no issues at all with this firmware.

 

I believe this is the latest as no updates are showing in the controller.

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24 minutes ago, Hoopster said:

All of my APs are currently on firmware version 4.3.24.11355.  I have had no issues at all with this firmware.

 

I believe this is the latest as no updates are showing in the controller.

FWIW this version prevents my Chromecasts from working, so I had to bump up to the RC ver 4.3.26.11358 to get them working again.

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1 minute ago, mifronte said:

I do have Chromecasts and Google speakers on my network.  Was the firmware prior to 4.3.24.11355 (4.3.21.11325) stable?

Prior versions worked fine for me as well, but, I do not have Chromecast/Google speakers.  I have the Amazon version of such things with Fire TV sticks/cubes and Echo/Alexa and they work fine on all versions of firmware I have used.

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When I install this docker container, the process I used was

add: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-unifi-controller/ to my Template repository in my docker settings

add a new container

select the "Unifi-controller" template 

put the following in the Repository field: linuxserver/unifi-controller:version-6.0.43

Click apply, the container starts.

 

When I go to http://unraid-ip:8080 it redirects to :8443 and shows a Ubiquiti login page, the blue page prompting for a username and password, I input my Ubiquiti credentials but I get an invalid login notification as if my credentials are invalid, but they are not. 

in previous installations I have used my same credentials for ui.com. Am I doing things wrong? When I click reset password and input my email address I don't get a password reset email either. 

 

I don't get the standard Unifi controller setup screen seen in the guide from Ubiquiti seen in the following picture

 

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Edit 1:

 

When reading through additional posts on this thread I saw that people were advocating for using 5.14.23-ls76, when trying to use that version I am able to go to ip:8443 and I get the following error :

 

 

UniFi Controller startup failed

We do not support upgrading from 6.0.43. 

 

Edit 2:

 

Figured out my problem:

 

I had an old config in my /mnt/user/appdata/

opened a shell

cd to /mnt/user/appdata/

rm -rf unifi-controller

 

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Created a new docker container and I was good to go.

 

Updating this post and leaving this here just in case anyone else has issues. 

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10 hours ago, mifronte said:

I do have Chromecasts and Google speakers on my network.  Was the firmware prior to 4.3.24.11355 (4.3.21.11325) stable?

I can't remember for sure, but I don't think had issues with that version.

I have a memory of my issues w v4.3.24.11355 not being the first time that my Chromecasts stopped working, but I think that might have been a config issue with the network rather than a firmware problem. Sorry I can't be more definitive.

I think go to the earlier version and wait for ver 4.3.26.11358 to be officially released. If you have problems with the earlier version, it's easy to jump to the "known good" RC (at least, I'm not having any issues with it), and I believe you'll still receive upgrade notifications when new versions come out.

You can see what issues people are facing with any firmware ver by visiting: https://community.ui.com/releases

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3 hours ago, PeteAsking said:

I saw that not many people complained about latest version 6.0.45 so I have updated to it. I only use AP's so will let you know if its ok for me. If it is and you use extra stuff like USG's or whatever you will have to do further testing.

 

Pete

Thanks for taking one for the team. Good luck on your adventure. 😀

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3 hours ago, PeteAsking said:

I saw that not many people complained about latest version 6.0.45 so I have updated to it. I only use AP's so will let you know if its ok for me. If it is and you use extra stuff like USG's or whatever you will have to do further testing.

 

Pete

6.1.51 was released today with a long list of "improvements" and bug fixes.

 

https://community.ui.com/releases/UniFi-Network-Controller-6-1-51/9124593a-1d5e-40f1-a3a7-ab62862e1fce

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6 hours ago, jademonkee said:

Link doesn't work for me (404), and I don't see it in the list here: https://community.ui.com/releases

Do I have to be a beta tester or something to see it?

Yeah, sorry about that.  A notification popped up in my email and I clicked the link and was able to see it.  There is not an indication in the post it is a beta release so I wrongly thought it was a general release.

 

Of course, with Ubiquiti, everything is a beta release and if they say it is "beta" it is probably really alpha code.

 

For the benefit of those who would like to see what is coming, here is the post about 6.1.51.  It is the longest change log I have ever seen with a UniFi release and that is saying something:

 

Posted 20 hours ago
UniFi Network Controller 6.1.51

Overview
* This release requires 1.9.x or newer on the UDM-Base/UDM-Pro.
* This release requires 0.4.x or newer on the UXG-Pro.

Improvements
    Add port remapping for UDM-Pro.
    Add Device/client icons in alerts.
    Add redirection button to settings in Alerts page.
    Add ability to reset statistics.
    Add Data Retention to search.
    Add Multi-Site Management toggle.
    Add Debug terminal in New Devices page.
    Add a banner in Beta Settings to allow reverting back to Classic Settings.
    Add Wifi, Hotspot, and AP Group membership overview info in property panel of APs.
    Add USW Mission Critical Property Panel outlets tab in New Devices Page.
    Add 2.4GHz and 5GHz icons, updated translations.
    Add Gateway info to left panel on new Dashboard.
    Add validation to ISP Capabilities.
    Add missing Network Scanners in Security Settings for UXG.
    Add new Insights page.
    Add new Topology page.
    Add new Statistics page.
    Add Statistics per client usage
    Add WPA3 support (for AP devices that support that*).
    Add WiFi Scanner section on Insights page.
    Add Advanced Feature Toggles, Data Rate Controls, MAC Authorisation in WiFi form.
    Add a title, remove the wired filter, update column titles on Clients page.
    Add pagination buttons to WiFi Scanner and Alerts pages
    Add filters to Clients Page.
    Add USW Mission Critical overview tab.
    Add ports tab in USW Mission Critical property panel.
    New Implementation and behaviour of WiFi Scheduler.
    Remove WiFi Scheduler classical settings since the old scheduler does not support showing multiple events per day.
    Do not show EOL/LTS notifications if user has dismissed them.
    Exclude MS Edge from unsupported browsers.
    Ensure FlexHD has the correct image.
    Show limited Dashboard for Software installations of NET controller
    U-LTE-Pro configure section in property panel.
    Display Site Switcher if Multi-Site Management is enabled.
    Improve the responsive layout of the statistics page.
    Update layout of action buttons in tables.
    Updates for Alerts page.
    New Alert for AP radar detection.
    Support static IP users in L3 networks.
    Improve validation of MAC Address for the MAC Address Cloning feature.
    Open Account Edit form if user is required to change password.
    Clients property panel UX updates.
    Tweaks to dashboard and settings survey.
    Remove "beta" badge from Threat management in legacy settings.
    Add WiFi, Hotspot, Network, Internet definition fields to search.
    Increase default row count in pagination to 25.
    Hide SSID Antenna count circle in Insights page if it is not expandable.
    Disable by default "Unknown" traffic in the statistics page.
    Update description text for WiFi AI.
    Update device images within topology page.
    Update appearance of property panels for switches.
    Update appearance for popovers in statistics sorting section.
    Update mouse pointer appearance in clickable table rows.
    Update port diagram and table styling for SFP+ ports.
    Update and define default columns in Clients page.
    UX Updates in Statistics page.
    Decrease the refresh interval in new sections to 5s.
    Add real-time updates to Alerts page.
    Add new Alert when Client cannot acquire IP address.
    Add auto-scroll to a form validation error upon trying to submit an invalid form.
    Add WiFi Experience tooltips.
    Performance optimization for alerts page.
    Clear Settings Search upon leaving Settings page.
    Display labels instead of exact firmware versions in clients page.
    Copy updates in Settings.
    Send alert emails.
    Move WiFi AI section to Advanced Features.
    Mark alerts as read upon viewing them.
    Display Site Switcher on Cloud Key with UniFi OS and multiple sites.
    Display the WiFi Security Protocol field even if there is only 1 option available.
    Improve client & device names for new alert Push Notifications.
    Improve filter on Devices Page - filter rework.
    Improve readability of error messages in Ubiquiti Account login modal.
    Improve topology label appearance on Safari and Firefox.
    Improve Error page.
    Enable new alerts page & Add toggles to enable it in Settings.
    Combine Radio accordions into one in property panel of AP.
    Remove Unknown from Most Popular Apps on new Dashboard.
    Remove empty placeholders in Most Active clients on new Dashboard.
    Remove lightning icon on Devices Page.
    Remove link to help from left Navigation.
    Rename Strict mode to Interference blocker.
    Rename term "Elements" to "Devices".
    Rename Client Groups to Bandwidth Profiles.
    Update AP property panel in New Devices page.
    Update "Learn More" URL for access points.
    Update layout and content for property panels in Clients page.
    Update Overview fields for U-LTE devices.
    Update Settings Maintenance page.
    Update gridlines in the graph on Dashboard page.
    Update Experience column on Device page.
    Update Clients page.
    Update colors in new statistics page.
    Update icon in "Add Client" window.
    Update Clients table in device property panel.
    Move client icons from Pie to Table on new Dashboard.
    Move Radio Meshing section to last of APs 5GHz radios on Devices page.
    Expose Advanced Features and Remove "Enable advanced features" checkbox in Classic Settings.
    Adjust Property Panel for USP - Power Distribution Unit Pro.
    Adjust left side section on Dashboard page.
    Hide the Threat Management icon from the left Navigation if Threat Management is disabled.
    Disable ATF toggle for devices that do not support it.
    Close all property panels whenever user navigates to a different section.

* WPA3 supported models (5.43+ FW):

UAP-AC-Pro, UAP-AC-Lite, UAP-AC-LR, UAP-AC-EDU, UAP-AC-M, UAP-AC-M-Pro, UAP-AC-IW, UAP-AC-IW-Pro, UAP-AC-HD, UAP-AC-SHD, UAP-XG, UWB-XG, UAP-nanoHD, UAP-HD-IW, UAP-FlexHD, UAP-BeaconHD, U6-Lite, U6-LR

Bugfixes
    Fix USP Plug property panel.
    Fix shown Passthrough and External Antenna values for ULTE-Pro.
    Fix incorrect data limit fields and their values for ULTE-Pro.
    Fix spacing issues within Property Panels on Safari.
    Fix broken positioning for Port Profile Storm Control warning icon.
    Fix validation of ISP Provider Capabilities in Internet section.
    Fix Delay in Dashboard WiFi widget after removing all APs.
    Fix incorrect modal for usage in cloud controller during LTE setup.
    Fix icons of most active apps exceeding available space.
    Fix some narrow images appearing stretched.
    Fix Internet Settings and Ports accordions in property panels causing page crashes.
    Fix incorrect WAN information appearing in "Internet" section.
    Fix page crashing after UAP-nanoHD setup.
    Fix issues with port diagram for UXG Pro.
    Fix being unable to configure bandwidth profiles.
    Fix provision of VLAN only networks on UDM devices.
    Fix model name format for Device Alerts.
    Fix UCK Image being squeezed on Safari.
    Fix a typo in error screen.
    Fix USG uptime shown when devices is disconnected.
    Fix missing WiFi experience reports in the history tab of Clients page.
    Fix appearance of Client name from alias.
    Fix clients page crashing when trying to open Property Panel
    Fix inability to save WiFi radius settings.
    Fix topology nodes overlapping the tooltip.
    Fix issue that RF Environment results are visible only after changing tab.
    Fix saving POE Mode "Do not modify" in Switch Port Profile on New Devices Page.
    Fix the empty form on auth and acc server forms.
    Fix timezone related runtime error causing crashes in New Dashboard.
    Fix missing clients on Dashboard.
    Fix missing logs in UCK support file.
    Fix uplink for USP devices.
    Fix Deferring to WLAN user group.
    Fix event message rendering.
    Fix models names for APs.
    Fix configuring fixed IPs on New Clients page with UXG-Pro.
    Fix mandatory setting of the PoE mode at Port Profiles on Devices page.
    Fix DHCP Name Server is not properly saved in New Settings.
    Fix broken Port Table on Devices page.
    Fix provisioning WLAN changes for USP-Plug & USP-Strip and their uplinks.
    Fix adoption of USP-Plug & USP-Strip if the user has separate 5GHz only WiFi.
    Fix issues during migration if Site has an incorrect config.
    Fix Unknown device names in Cloud Emails.
    Fix issues with migrations to 6.1.
    Fix Firmware Cache table columns and heights.
    Fix overlapping column headers on the Alerts page.
    Fix size of icons on the Clients page.
    Fix broken links on the Devices page.
    Fix the behavior of filters when navigating across different pages.
    Fix default channel width value for Radio dropdown in Property Panel.
    Fix Property Panel for USP-Strip.
    Fix links for most active clients in new dashboard.
    Fix the same toast message being shown multiple times.
    Fix disconnected devices not showing details in devices page.
    Fix headings for UDM-Base and UBB radio details.
    Fix inability to save VLAN ID toggle for Internet Settings.
    Fix broken spacing in "Login with your Ubiquiti Account" window.
    Fix not all LAG ports showing up as uplink in Devices page.
    Fix property panel appearing empty for offline devices.
    Fix tooltip positioning.
    Fix real time data not getting updated in the new Controller frontend.
    Fix GHz spelling.
    Fix the handling of duplicate IPs.
    Fix the "Experience" label for wired clients in property panel.
    Fix showing no client if the wifi experience is 0.
    Show device alias in client grid if it's available.
    Prevent runtime errors in Internet section.
    Prevent showing wifi experience over 100%.
    Use device display names for User AP roaming notifications.
    Update the URL for "Learn More" link in "no WiFi experience" section in New Dashboard.
    Update the width of experience column in clients page.
    Avoid showing higher utilization than 100% in property panel.
    Make an order of Radios in the Property Panel consistent.
    Allow toggling Guest Portal for Hotspots in Hotspot form.
    Allow configuring USP devices which were adopted in versions older than 5.14.
    Show WiFi experience as N/A if no clients are connected.
    AP Radio advanced configuration adjustments.
    DNS server now can be deleted from WAN form.
    Suppress events without proper handling.
    Do not expose SSID for Element Adoption
    Reset channel on channel width change in Property Panel.
    Update default state for AP Meshing.
    Migrate minimum RSSI settings to new range (from -67 to -90 dBm).
    Update UI for WiFi form in Advanced section on Settings page.
    Display Interference Block toggle only if Minimum RSSI is enabled.
    Display "Auto" as the default selected option in AP Uplink Priorities.
    Display Meshing settings only for last of 5GHz radios.
    Resolve migration issues for users without DHCP Snooping setting in controller database.
    Ensure correct device image appears in the property panel on Devices page.
    Ensure Port Names match numbers on the physical device on the Devices page.
    Prevent deletion of WAN2 network on UXG-Pro.
    Prevent login loop.
    Resolve UCK-G2 identification issues.
    Disable Bluetooth after Setup completed on UDM-Pro.
    Add advanced configuration options for Alerts in new Settings.
    Correct validation of VLAN-only networks limit.
    Filter out UBBs from clients list.
    Remove the incorrect link for the version number text in new settings.
    Rectify the features available for USW-Flex-Mini.
    Display Site Configuration section in settings for Cloud Keys and Software Installations
    Add validation to prevent duplicate WAN network groups from being created.
    Show legacy login to temporarily mitigate login issues with the new (React) login page.
    Disable 'Enable Meshing' and 'Uplink - connect to other AP' options for wireless APs in the legacy app.
    Disable VPN settings when L3 switch is used as a gateway.
    Property panel bug fixes for devices in adopting state.
    Rename "Devices" page to "UniFi Devices".
    Remove LTE/WAN Backup toggle for VPN Networks.
    Remove Auto IPsec VTI option for UDM/UXG devices.
    Avoid showing empty popovers in devices page.
    Hide LTE WAN Backup when LTE is not adopted.
    Update ULTE-Pro Data Usage value system.
    Display correct active client count for WiFi configurations on UDM setups.
    Exclude USP devices when calculating WES score in Dashboard.
    Verify email invite link and load the new UI for new user.

Additional information

Please report any issues you encounter with this release using the Report Bug form.
(Recommended) - Create an up-to-date backup before upgrading your controller in the event any issues are encountered.

Existing UniFi Network controllers must be on one of the following versions in order to upgrade directly to this version:
6.1.51 and earlier 6.1.x versions.
6.0.45 and earlier 6.0.x versions.
5.14.25 and earlier 5.14.x versions.
5.13.33 and earlier 5.13.x versions.
5.12.72 and earlier 5.12.x versions.
5.11.52 and earlier 5.11.x versions.
5.10.27 and earlier 5.10.x versions.
5.9.33 and earlier 5.9.x versions.
5.8.30 and earlier 5.8.x versions.
5.7.28 and earlier 5.7.x versions.
5.6.42 and earlier 5.6.x versions.
Most earlier versions are also supported for direct upgrade, going back to 3.1.0.

    Controller updates may cause your adopted devices to reprovision after controller upgrades.
    An updated/current version of Java 8 must be installed on the system hosting the controller software. Java 9 and later are not yet supported.
    As of UniFi Network controller 5.9, if using Cloud Access, the host system/device requires outbound 8883/tcp to be open/unrestricted. Find up-to-date port requirements here.
    Minimum supported device firmware for U6-Series devices is 5.29.0, UAP/USW is 4.0.9, and for USG it's 4.4.34.
    If you have any 'service dns forwarding options' configuration defined in config.gateway.json, it will overwrite the provisioning of statically defined name servers, leaving you with no DNS. Either remove the 'service dns forwarding options' portion of config.gateway.json, or add additional 'options' lines defining name servers, such as 'server=1.1.1.1', 'server=8.8.8.8', etc.

Microsoft Windows specific
    Users running 64-bit Windows should only have 64-bit Java installed. If you have 32-bit Java installed then we recommend uninstalling it.

macOS Specific
    We stopped bundling Java as of UniFi Network 5.11.47. If you're installing that release or later please make sure you have manually installed a current release of Java 8 beforehand. Only the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is required.
    Oracle JRE 8 offers the simplest path as it will simply "just work" without requiring any changes. We may investigate alternative JVMs and update this message accordingly.

Debian/Ubuntu specific
    For Debian/Ubuntu users installing via our repo, please update your APT source (see HERE).
    We support MongoDB 3.6 since 5.13.10, older controllers only support up to MongoDB 3.4.

 

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1 hour ago, saarg said:

 

I thought their normal releases was beta...

Same here...

 

I did update yesterday and it seems to be working but I cant see a later firmware than 4.3.24.11355 which is strange. I did roll that out also... On the site it says that 4.3.26.11358 should exist but I cannot find it?

 

So far it seems to have worked for 1 day, but will just wait now. I dont see a prompt for that 6.1.51 version yet but agree that one has a lot of changes so it might be a bad one to upgrade to. This particular one doesnt have too many 'fixes' (aka things that might be broken due to new code) so hopefully it will be ok. I will just let you all know what happens. Not sure if anyone else sees the 4.3.26 firmware in their controller or if its just me who does not see it...

 

Pete

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8 minutes ago, PeteAsking said:

I did update yesterday and it seems to be working but I cant see a later firmware than 4.3.24.11355 which is strange. I did roll that out also... On the site it says that 4.3.26.11358 should exist but I cannot find it?

All my APs have the 4.3.24.11355 firmware and no update is showing for a later version.

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1 hour ago, Hoopster said:

All my APs have the 4.3.24.11355 firmware and no update is showing for a later version.

I haven't updated to that firmware yet, I saw complaints when I did a search for that string. How many different AP's are you running successfully with that version?

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7 minutes ago, jonathanm said:

I haven't updated to that firmware yet, I saw complaints when I did a search for that string. How many different AP's are you running successfully with that version?

I have two UAP-AP-LR and one UAP-AC-IW.  So, not a lot.

 

The problems reported earlier in this thread with firmware version 4.3.24.11355 were related to Chromecast.  I have seen no issues and have been running that firmware for about 51 days.

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I had an issue w/ the constant adopting/disconnect loop.  Maybe the following will help someone else.

 

I have the unraid box set with a DNS resolvable name in pfsense.  In my case just "tower".  So using ssh from the unifi device I can ping w/ simply "ping tower".  The controller hostname/ip set to the ip used to access unraid.  I know have selected "Override inform host with controller hostname/IP" as suggested by others and should hopefully keep the issue from reoccurring. 

 

Since I am using Windows I used putty to ssh into the device using the ip address assigned by the router (pfsense) and port 22.  The mistake I used here was trying to use the controller ID/PWD instead of what was in the Site/Device Authentication field of the controller.  Of course w/ SSH checked there.  With those credentials login to the device.  Then run the "set-inform http://unraidip:port/inform"

 

replace unraid ip w/ the address for your unraid box such as 192.168.x.x

 

replace port with the port number defined in your unraid unifi controller container as "Port used for HTTP portal redirection.:"

 

the port thing was the next stumbling block for me as I was attempting to use the port of the controller.  I'm not the best w/ these things so hopefully this is clear enough for anyone w/ a similar issue.  Sorry if it is a repost.  Thank  you to everyone providing their assistance.

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