This is genius, because the only people who post on this forum have at least 1 Mikrotik device.like one serial number and corresponding license?
Sad, because Ubiquiti supports 71GHz on their 802.11ad hardware, which is way higher.Mikrotik support wrote
this will be available on new 802.11ay hardware.
Unfortunately this cannot be used reliably on our existing 802.11ad devices - that is why this frequency support is removed
I already did, but this forum section is also specifically to report issues with v7.You might better post this in the version specific topic:
It reboots on a load test, and here's my whole configuration.Just to confirm: on a "loadtest" using VPN your RB4011 reboots?
Perhaps you can share your configuration to have a better understanding of your environment?
/export hide-sensitive file=anythingyoulike
The difference is that GPON SFPs are harder to find for sale, while regular ethernet ones are basically everywhere.You know the differencies between GPON (XGS-PON, AON and other "dialup" technology) and "regular" SFP ethernet transceiver?
Well yeah, you're not likely to break a brand new SXT, but if you do, then maybe it wasn't worth much to begin with.I haven't? A brand next SXT kit/case?If it breaks then you haven't damaged anything of value.
This software came with the RB4011 out of the box. :)Haha I was going to ask which Russian website did you get your download from. ;-)
I was wrong, it's actually 87MB.There is no "95MB" downloadable "ROS" package.
What if I disable STP?
/interface lte firmware-upgrade lte1 upgrade=yes
Mikrotik only gives you what you need, but if you need 802.3af/at then get the mANTbox 52 15s which has the 12s and 15s combined into one thing with all the good features you want.How many pennies did that save off the manufacturing cost?
Sad, because I had a similar problem on 7.1beta5 and the problem was that it was just a buggy version, bu that isn't true here.6.48.2 (stable)What ROS version are you using?
Sometimes you need to do something very specific that requires a special feature, and it's also a selling point compared to other network OSes like IOS.What is the advantage of being able to set different types of NAT.
Fast path means nothing to me anyway, since to use queues you need to disable it.But why can't it be implement on x86 ? I known there is no HWNAT in Tilera chipset but It indeed have fast path.
What's "production mode"?You want change IMEI at R11e-LTE6? Read: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=146893&hilit=production#p819888 and viewtopic.php?f=7&t=163257
So this could work through SSH? I could also downgrade it to before 6.47.8. EDIT: It looks like it doesn't work over SSH. I guess I'll have to downgrade.*) winbox - do not allow...
It's only an issue when the speeds are mismatched
Is this as easy as installing a firmware update from the wAP itself?example EP06-E can have unlock or enable the 256qam and new discovery show the 3CA can be unlock/enabled too ... that's why R11e-LTE6 can change that Bit Map in firmware until Hardware support that changes.
Is this even compatible with the 802.11n standards, as most client devices I know of only work with 20MHz channels, or is it a Mikrotik-only feature?That is unfortunately correct... the older N equipment can do 10 and even 5 MHz channels, but AC devices do only 20 MHz and above.
Other vendors can make wave2 work with 16MB, so why not the Big Mik too?Mikrotik!
I kindly ask you to release wave2 extra packages separately for each CPU in order to fit 16MB Flash.
It is possible to run wave2 driver on 16MB Flash and 128 RAM.
This happens to me in v6 tooThe "Quick Set" of WebFig always resets to "WISP AP". I switch it to "LTE AP Dual" and logout. On next login it is "WISP AP" again. That was'nt the case in beta4.
Based on the current 802.11ax situation, this basically means you'll need a wait a few more years before anything comparable comes on the horizon.Ubiquiti's new offering
The answer to this: Superchannel mode.Since Mikrotik can't be bothered to provide the simple USA option to allow full legal PTP power in the 5.1 band, or allow 5/10 mHz operation near the 5.1/5.8 band edges (I know, I've asked) , I wouldn't hold my breath on outdoor 6E.
A lot of the things there are now available on beta4, so there's hope. If the next version comes out every 2 months, then we might have a chance of seeing a "stable" version by the end of this year.
This kind of ad hominem attack is the reason why so many people don't want to mess with Mikrotik stuff.You dont have a clue of what you are talking about.
Moving on to help others.
I can find cheapo 802.11n-only 150mbit routers for $20 USD, so there will always be a market for these older, less desirable things.No single vendor will pull out all hardware from sale just because they started working on something new, incompatible.
Some good examples of this are the Intel i7-10700k and AMD Ryzen 5600x.In any case I'd go for CPU with smaller number of high-performance CPU cores ... with HyperThreading disabled.
Finally, maybe we can have spectral scanning in 802.11ac/ax equipmentwith RouterOS 7, MikroTik uses binary drivers from the chipset´s vendor, no more selfmade 802.11 code
I didn't see this until now, but I remember which settings I used. Frequency width: 20MHz, Antenna gain: 0 (this is risky!), Channel: 165 (5GHz), Mode: ap bridge, everything else is on default.Could you post your wifi settings?
Thank you in advance.
It depends on where you are. In the US with PtP links, the only restriction is that the output power can't be above 200W, which no Mikrotik device even gets close to.Increasing the TX power so that "TX Power + antenna gain" is above the regulatory domain EIRP level is illegal
/interface wireless set antenna-gain=0
Does this even count?