So this example will allow only clients with less than -80dbi to connectyou can use the access list to make rules that limit signal strength. ie. users with signal below a certain threshold would not be allowed on your AP.
yep real nice numbersGood numbersi have tested 411 too as wds bridges.At table with ROS 3.3 i`ve got stable 3 MB/s (24 mbps) with 5Ghz and around 5 Mb/s(40 bmps) one way with nstreme enabled.
But are they with TCP or UDP? Can you try with both directions?
In 5ghz i only have %ghz, 5ghz 10mhz, 5ghz 5mhz. its an R52h, would country code restrict this?The default "5ghz" setting is 20mhz wide... "5ghz-turbo" is 40mhz wide.
Anyone? please?but it is possible with some script help.
This is what im looking for, thanks for the help.Mangle the traffic from your 192.168.250.X network and mark packet. Then once you do that setup a route based on that marked packet.
I agreeQuestion1 probably won't work.
I learned it hard way. Problem is that most of the standalone devices, when you attach them using survey option, does not lock just to SSID but to MAC of the AP too. If you change AP device and use the same SSID, MAC is different and clients do nto connect.