Thanks for the reply, bumped your karma for the answer.Nope, its a DIN mount. RF Elements makes an adapter http://www.rfelements.com/en/products/b ... acket-912/Anyone know if the bracket that comes with the basebox will attach directly to UBNT style antennas?
You'd have to write a script to resolve them and then add to an address list.
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To allow communication to those time server clusters through our firewall while blocking all other NTP traffic. As mentioned the actual IP addresses of those NTP server clusters change based off of location and load.what are you trying to achieve?
Small channel feature is only suppored on certain devices, as it stands, SXT lite is not one of them. A workaround is included in v6, if you really need it.
19dbi @ 2ghz would be nice to see. About 16" across. More than likely one of your best sellers.
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Are your customers running ios6 or ios 6.0.1 ??
6.0.1 has some wifi fixes
Thanks,no, upnp will make NAT rules only on first router it encounters.
What encryption are you using?
I had a random issue with one WPA AES key, another works just fine.
802.11n doesn't support WEP if you are using it.
Yes that is the delay, I got everything working a while back but had to increase the delay also.
I think I may have gotten it. The "local delais 5s" is how long to stay on a certain setting before it attempts another width, correct?
Starting from 5.12 it is easy:
1) /export compact file=111
2) /import file=111
3) recreate your users and passwords.
Thanks for the tip i will try it outYou don't need the scripts. Put the code you have in those scripts, in the scheduler in place of the code you are using to call the script. Keeps it simple.
Yep in the right conditions it is pretty amazing.Chadd,
Thanks for the reply. I keep hearing about how awesome NV2 is. I've tested a few links indoors at the office. If definitely looks promising! I really want to give it a try in the field.
Well as mentioned 2.36 is working well for me.Can anyone advise and confirm a stable firmware for the RB711G-5HnD ???
Thank you so much !!!
Normis,there is no hardware issue. software bug was fixed already, upgrade RouterOS to new version!
Call them maybe! RB750UP is already shipping.
reseller you ordered them from should have more precise information on "when" part.
read above:Any new announcements about release of this product?
When is this product purchasable? - Hopefully this year, sadly, not September
Yet all working 100%, also during a heavy thunderstorm this weekend.
Still having disconnects but no AP lockups.I believe it was 5.2 I was on and I did not have any aps lockup. But since 5.4 and 5.6. I have random ap lockups across my network. Is anyone else seeing this problem? I uploaded 2 aps supouts to mikrotik just now.
I thought you didn't have disconnect problems to begin with?Conclusion is reasonable. To fix my issues, I remove the interference or hide from it. No more disconnects.
That doesn't explain why switching back to Nstreme or 802.11 causes the disconnects to magically disappear. Do you think NV2 is that much more susceptible to noise?
Check your Stuff!
just my 2 cents
Normis,we made a test packagage for the Nv2 disconnect issues, it has been sent to those who emailed support
Like i said is the source of possible interference at location or between point A to B or both, I cannot simply power down down active links + Ap's for a few hours to check this?
I can't speak for everyone but for me yes.
Can it be concluded that most of disconnect problems are seen in PtMP networks?
then you'll be forced to use motorola gear, it always seems to kick butt when interference is concerned.
Done.please email about the port flapping to support. we need full description of your setup, cables, other end of the cable, powering, etc.
No problem, glad it worked out ok.I just dropped back from the nv2 package and all is well again. Will wait til after the busy season before I do any further upgrading.
You have to be in advanced mode then click on the advanced tab.Data rates are default.
Where is the noise floor threshold setting?
Thanks,we will try to get it, sorry about thatNormis,
Do you happen to have a copy of the slides anywhere from the NV2 presentation that Andis gave? The only slides I could find where the ones that Uldis went over.
No these boards were all running 4.16. If I have to go through the hassle of doing two upgrades it is easier to just go back to the standard wireless package first and upgrading straight to 5.0Did you try upgrading from 4.17 to 5.0?
maybe big but you can ask for 30x30 and 20x20 dual pol antennas as well, the 20x20 offers 19dbi
Anyone know what this change was all about? Anything related to GPS sync by any chance?What's new in 5.0rc11 (2011-Mar-04 14:29):
*) gps - show higher precision coordinates;
You shouldn't have any issues with your license if you downgrade.I still think this is a bug... I have strange strings in list when snoop.
Can I downgrade from 4.xx to 3.xx without having licence problem ?
No there isn't. The only option you have is to roll back to V4.x and run the standard wireless package.But to run a mixed Ubiquity/MT CPE network and ROS 5, what other option is there except 802.11?
I think UBNT is making a card but I can't remember for sure you may want to check their site.I was just curious if anyone is aware of anyone currently making, or who will be making whitespace enabled radio cards for MikroTik devices?
Well is there anyway period to sniff marked traffic?No, currently torch does not have packet-marks for checking.
IMO it is much better suited to PTMP CPE device than anything. A level 3 license is generally suited to CPE devices.yes I understand that but the SXT is build for PTP ? ? ? not PTMP