1. yes, it goes up to 6Ghz
2. yes, and it also supports 5MHz
3. yes, it supports nv2
4. yes, it's FCC approved but not in those bands.
so there's a RB411, RB411A and now a RB411AH?
As the document says, same processor as the 433AH so this must be the fastest AP/CPE around.
I estimate the price to be about $120-$130?
In the bandwidth control manual it states that 8 is the lowest priority and 1 is the highest. So which one is correct?priorities explained:
1,2 = background
0,3 = best effort
4,5 = video
6,7 = voice
I doubt it. You should go with a higher voltage power supply. I use 15v 1.2 amp on cable runs of less than 75 feet and they work well.is 9v enough for sr2 ?
Please can someone advise when/if there will be WMM support via RouterOS. The Atheros chipsets allow this functionality. WMM support is needed for VoIP and Video QoS guarantees at radio access level.