/interface bridge port add bridge=bridge interface=ether4 add bridge=bridge interface=ether2 pvid=20 add bridge=bridge interface=ether3 pvid=30 add bridge=rescue interface=wlan1
The HAP Lite devices are brand new. I bought them to test and experiment with CAPsMAN before I do a bigger installation. I don't think that both of them have faulty (and brand new) power supplies.But also suspecting the power supply.
The phone shows 144 Mbps for both CAPs and rx signal strength between -30 and -40 dBmWhat speed is the client connected on both CAP's?
Great, I would like to try it. Can I install on HAP AC2? Is it still beta?You may find the new queue types in RouterOS 7 will meet your requirements better since they are more advanced and can deal with fluctuating total bandwidth amounts.
Well, I had two simple main goals. Being able to use the full bandwidth was one of them.If you find that is 350Mbps then your queue tree structure should be limited to 350Mbps. Of course then you will never end up being able to use the extra 150Mbps when it is available.
You accidentally posted your profile url.If it helps, read also this post (except my first paragraph there) - the way you've configured your mangle rules, you waste the CPU by matching every single packet against multiple mangle rules.
Thank you for taking the effort! So this is on the edge: it might work, but in some cases it can be slow. (I can go down with the bitrates for VNC)But that's the only way I can test it now.