Great Thanks!Yup, the Atheros-based Mikrotik module supports auto-negociation, and just works.
I haven't seen any 'OEM' modules that are non-marvell based, so my experience may be different than yours. I tried them in CCRs and found that they're not worth the headache.
Tnx, will see if it covers my questionsStart by reading this topic. Meanwhile think about your desired network topology and how it fits possible configurations ...
Unless it is a hardware limitation.I think we should Will Be find a solution. We are better to mikrotik. We are very strong. We are the alternative to Big companies. We are democraticed internet. We are the future. If mikrotik can't solve this problem, we can solve it
I tried 802.11 and still I didn't reach the advertised 800gbps+. I only got like 200-300mbps max 1 way udp. if tcp both I am getting about 120mbps.Use pure 802.11 not nstreme (nstreme/NV2 dont work good with ARM at this moment). ARM have much more power & easy can handle BT directly on device.