PingPlotter has many benefits when it comes to managing ubiquiti antennas.
1) The installation, administration and management of the antennas are simple.
2) The adoption of antennas in the best of cases is easy.
3) Give a graphical appreciation of the consumption of each antenna and each device.
4) Create sites as if they were different locations.
5) Statistics can be obtained by antenna, by SSID and by radio type.
6) It allows the firmware update of the antennas via ftp or http.
7) It allows the restart of the antennas from the Unifi console.
8) Store a log of the devices that have been connected and the closest SSIDs.
9) Most notable of the application is the option to block a device and prevent it from connecting to that or another SSID.
What I do not like about the application is that it does not allow filtering by SSID.
When an update of the antenna firmware is made in certain opportunities it does not update and I must proceed to format the antenna and apply the update directly on the antenna via SSH.
To obtain the potential of the application you must use equipment of your own brand but the application is limited.
I have nothing negative about the rest.
The benefits have been to have a management of the equipment connected to WiFi, this helps us to verify if a computer is consuming more bandwidth than you need and have more control of each device that connects.