Why OT? The LTE version of SXT is being announced in the original post. We would like to see 3480-3600 MHz version as well as the 1800 & 2600 MHzSlightly OT, I'd say.Normis
Any chance of a version of RB SXT LTE for 3.5 and 3.6GHz spectrum? We could shift a lot of these....
Second that. Agree absolutely. This looks nasty and plasticky.And yes, me too was dissapointed in the gain increase. I would like to see an over 20dBm one and they should be metal (metal layered) shielded against interference to get a real good unit...
If upgrading from an Nstreme to Nv2 should I keep Nstreme enabled or just turn it off altogether?About your current Nstreme setup, you might want to lower the framer-limit back to 3200 and try out dynamic-size or exact-size framer-policy. But better to use Nv2.
We are using rc8. I will wait for next full release and the dust to settle before I go any further
RC9-prerelease contains a routing bug, maybe that is the cause for this. send supout.rif file to support please.
This fix doesn't work for PtMP situations. We have 4 clients in station-wds mode - only one will pass traffic when AP is switched to nv2 protocol.try to use station-bridge or station-wds mode if you want to use Nv2 or write to support to provide a test build of RC9
And how long has N been available on Mikrotik? Seems like other manufacturers can get it right. Why not MT?I've a centrino lap. It scales up to 11n rates for downloads but stays at 11a Rates (54Max) up.
Seems there are some incompatibilities.
I second that!More realistic is some 8-16 port Routerboard (Swich ) with software controled POE output and software selectable 24V or 48V output voltage.
That's not what it says on the wiki! If nothing is done to improve the way User Manager handles resources even a PC will run out of memory eventually!That's exactly why you should use X86 (a PC) for it.
All routerboards? Isn't RB532 with 64MB RAM and maybe 512MB CF sufficient for 2.9 and User Manager?user manager is NOT recommended on routerboards. too little resources, too little space.
Now you tell us! Does disabling one of the cards remove all interference?If the two prism cards are sittting next to each other in the RB14, then they can interfere with each other even when on different channels -- the radios are rather noisy.