Vaako wrote:I can not find anything about 100Mbit/s TX & 100Mbit/s RX in the spects.
I'm about to order two RB SEXTANT 5HnD for a Point-to-Point setup.
They both wil be installed in line of sight and about 370 meters in between them.
What speed wil I achieve, is this predictable?
I already have contacted the Mikrotik Support and they say: We have achieved even 200Mbit real throughput speed.
I dont understand correctly, how can you messure 200Mbit/s if the Ethernet port of the SEXTANT 5HnD is only 100Mbit/s ????
Who is able to explain this me or do I misunderstand the whole concept of this product?
InoX wrote:lan have 100mbps full duplex that means 100down+100up. Go to school and do your homework.
Vaako wrote:Full-Duplex is NOT possible with that kind of hardware!
If you want to get Full-Duplex (Bi-Directional) you wil have to have the folowing setup:
Full-Duplex hardware setup:
Transmitter --> Receiver (TX on Frequency X)
Reiceiver <-- Transmitter (TX on Frequency Y)
Two separate channels for Uplink and Downlink.
I now this would be very expensive and therefore only use by professionals.
How the hardware now work is:
TX/RX <--> TX/RX (Tx and Rx on the same channel with or without bigger bandwidth option 20 or 40MHz)
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