Does an 1100AH-X2 run @ 1333MHz clock? By default = 1066MHz. Using 533MHz DDR btw.
On version 6.40.X still 100 or can be more (1000, 2000, etc) ?Depending on your network size (from 400-500 users onwards), you may need to increase the Max concurrent Queries setting on IP > DNS.
Hi ...I've got a 35v 220uf capacitor running now (not the 35v 2200uf anymore) and I can power 4 UBNT devices reliably. I'm going to put this in the field tomorrow for real world testing....
Just curious: I think you are using some security profile (WPA2-PSK AES, WPA-PSK TKIP, etc). Which one?Before installation R52nM card problems with reboot wasn't.
Yes. There were times where I had ~300Kbps from Latvia.is this better than you usually had?
Hmm. I will upgrade to the released one anyway. After the weekend!depends on which one, we had ~15 pre-release builds
can you all please test the "Latvia" download mirror? What speeds to you get in your country (name it). Is it higher than ususal?
It will be a nice feature if queues & resource graphs can be stored remotely (or at usb sticks, micro-sds et al).Make sure to disable log-to-disk and disable webproxy cache. Those things should be stored remotely, or on a USB HDD
Is autosupout.rif ok? Every reboot like that there is a new one of course.cause1 sounds like a kernel panic, send to support a supout.rif file, so we can see what caused it.
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Hi ...Hi Ramos, you ever made this statement, do you have the original post of this?
I've now been given a reply fm MT support which sort of contradicts this. (send me a private mail to rudy*at*marucom.es to give you more background info)
Yes. But seems ok. My mistake, once I had some RSL floating instantly almost 15 ... 20dB due to interference. But the cause was a 802.11B AP. You're running A mode.Over 1 min scan duration the -11 went to -12 and -10?