I would like to add that OS version is very important. After a lot of problems with newest versions, I downgraded all my 60G links to long-term (6.45.9), and now links are working perfect. I don't have PTMP - only PTP 60GHz.
OK. I will do that. Thanks...I don't think the crash was due to temperature. The device can easily work at higher temperatures. make a supout.rif file and contact support, it could be another reason
Stril I's with You. I's waiting for JH-LHG from Jirous....
Perhaps, its a better idea to only add a cover and not to change the dish...
Finally some wise wordsYou can't just make a random aluminum dish and expect it to be better just because of material. There are calibrations done, specifically for the original grid. Antenna design is a precise science, not a form of metallurgy.
I gave up on btest long time ago, and iperf is not always possibleHave you checked BTest?Finally test uses all cores of the routerboard...
MT Staff: why create speed-test? You already have BTest - develop it!
Great info! I correct myself So, what is maximum theoretical distance for 64800?Not exactly true -66GHz is mandatory on 2200+ meters!
You are completely right:Each version of RouterOS includes a lot of changes, it would help us, if you write versions you are using.
I am looking at RSSI.For all of you that don't seem to be dropping, how are you aligning your LHG's and even WAP60G's if using those. My disconnects have to be coming from an alignment issue.
Are you using Signal, RSSI, sector info?
Yes it does with newest beta and only from CLI.OS 6.43.2 Freq:58320. On Freq:64800 I got best RSSI around -56dBWhat firmware version are you running on this link? Are you using 64800 or 66000?
server8 I have very stable link at 1750m
LHG60G does not support 66000.
For me also. It's a workaround.Confirmed. Enabling IPv6 fixed it for me.Currently SNMP is broken for those devices which has no IPv6 package enabled. We hope to include fix in next rc release.
This post is from 11. November 2014!!!It looks like we can implement Spectral Scan, but it will take some time. It is on our to-do list
Very interesting. I was experimenting with this, but with no results. Any idea what to dst-nat where and how?tried dst-nat'ing the broadcast address
Sorry, how stupid of me I have already read this post2 blue - read my post http://www.mikrotik.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=7880#7880