Yes, and get out a serial cable and terminal program.Should I open the case?
1. How often can Mikrotik DFS change channels?
2. When there is a channel change, is it coordinated with station units, or do they disassociate and scan?
3. If coordinated, how long is the outage in ms?
That's a very good question.When RB can support miniPCI HSDPA ?
Try to change the wireless mini-pci cards at both ends.What could be the problem in a transparent p2p wds link that at a bandwidth test, TCP, both ways shows 5 Mbps Tx / 212 kbps Rx? There's no noise. The signal strenght varies from -76 to -82.
RB333/433 is much taller than RB532 and doesn't fit in our outdoor cases.what's wrong with RB333? it's performance is better than RB532, so there can be no reason it can't do the same as RB532 ...
24 volt power supply will blow up a RB532, unless you have it on the 48V setting. Don't use more than 22 VDC on the low voltage setting.24volt 1-3 A ? I think that would do it....Should be fine. Just make sure you use a good power supply.
I would like to second this request. Or third it, since I asked via support last month!Dear MT,
pleasee add snmp-oid support to nstream-dual interface ASAP.
What's the part, and what's an acceptable replacement? Otherwise do you have the next revision ready?it has nothing to do with the power supply. as i said, we will fix this problem in the next revision. we changed one part but didn't notice that it affected this one particular card
I have seen it using Mikrotik when there are serious rf problems on the link. For example mismatch polarity.Why do I get packet gain when I ping from the MT ap to the cpe?
I don't think Frequency Scan will show non-802.11 systems using the frequencies. Can someone from Mikrotik comment please?Frequency scan show 0 usage. :roll:
There are other networks around. Engineer carefully.Damn, I just ordered a bunch but haven't set them up yet! In hindsight I guess it pays to ask first! :)
Mind you they won't be used for anything over 3km and will be out in the sticks with no other networks around so hopefully will be OK.
Gee, that's funny. In New Zealand 5.25-5.35 is 200mW, or 1W if you have TPC and DFC. Read the regs!!!Regs are pretty simple
4w's for 2.4
1w for 5.15-5.25
4w's for 5.25-5.35
4w for 5.725 to 5.825 PtMP
200w for 5.725 to 5.825 PtP:D
Do a physical inspection of the connector on the card too. While the pigtail may be just fine, the actual connector could be broken.Absolutely perfect clear LOS at about 2 miles...
Signal = -82 and fluctuates between 24-36mbps
I am going to change out the pigtail tomorrow, to eliminate that...
I've seem packet gain in tests of links with particularly dirty RF. Last time I saw it was on a link with a polarization mismatch (90 degrees off).What´s packet gain in ping test ?? no packet loss !! but packet gain !
We have done this with triple-hop links, all configured with multi-radio units in AP - station relationships. There were no issues - other than the cameras that output mpeg4 tend to be cheap. Have never tried anything using single-radio mikrotik boxes. :-)anyone .. ?
Can anyone confirm this?http://www.roamad.com are using mikrotik equipments to support their own os, and they mention someting like they can actually support up to 8 radio per node.
so i think it will be ok just to support 3 radios
Single chip (MAC and radio) a/b/g card, should be cheaper to manufacture and lower power draw. External PA/LNA possible if you're designing your own card.So what's new and exciting in the Atheros AR5414 chips?
That's funny, I never got support to write a script for me... Support just pointed me at an examples web page that didn't have a script for my issue.If you write to support, they can send a script that will ping the client and make a suppout file.
We have DWL-AG530 and DWL-AG520 PCI cards deployed using 5.2 & 5.8 GHz. Also have Proxim 8242 PCI cards on A. With the 2.8.21 of the software all are running beautifully.You are using dlink dwl-ag530 on a, b or g ?
At some point in the software revisions setting ack-time to dynamic for outdoor links started to work. I would not use indoors as that would be for links of <100 meters.Is there any calculator for ack time? most of my links are below 5 km, so I am using indoors settings...Shoud I use otherwise?
I didn't see any corrupted files - it just says "Done!"look at your `/system check-install` and see how many corrupted files you have
I have not had any problems with both wireless and wireless legacy installed. What will happen?this will only cause problems. if you have problems, remember this. you will have to remove both and then install one