And speed improvements. Especially fixing an issue with having more than 3 stations connected.6.44beta28 makes significant latency/jitter improvements. Thanks Mikrotik
Trial-and-error; observing the monitor output while moving antennas around.Thanks so much Dan.
Where did you find the info about the sectors?
Agreed!I wish there were an official way to do this rather than relying on tools that potentially cause issues or stop working in the future. Installing wireguard for example or proper openvpn with UDP support would be so useful.
The testing branch is in beta these days, not RC.Pretty annoying actually, not even the station displays ANY sort of signal, MCS rates, PHY, NOTHING all is blank, with the latest RC! How has nobody seen this yet??
Me too. We still feel like we’re flying blind with these.I wish Mikrotik would publish a detailed guide for aligning the LHG60G, along with instructions for how to interpret the link values.
Thanks. We noticed a lot of client flapping with rc19 and rc21. Reverting to rc17 stabilizes things.Please downgrade to 6.43rc17, fixes for this will be available soon
6.42.1what FW was before upgrade to 43rc17 ?And 6.43rc17 has vastly improved one of our longer links (~170m)
Waiting for a final release to upgrade to the rest.
What software are you using for the grath visualization?
Love it! Wireless Wire keeps getting better.*) w60g - added 4th 802.11ad channel (CLI only);
*) w60g - general stability and performance improvements;
*) w60g - improved maximal achievable distance;
*) w60g - removed distance lock for wAP 60G devices;
Don't tell anyone yet, but (Just kidding):
Next week, we plan to announce a free Level4 (AP mode) upgrade to all Wireless Wire users, so you can use the PtM functionality before we release dedicated AP models for 60GHz.