Missed this one - thank you, MartinEmrich!I used this tutorial http://blog.poettner.de/2011/05/27/open ... rd-411750/. Don't forget to move to Port 2 after flashing...
Well, not entirely true, but close to that:Yes, first step is still in process, Atheros has no chip yet.
Not on that box -it has SDRAM memory - even 128 megs are sooo much for that - it costed thousands back in nineties..Little ram. 1GB would be around and very good
Would this mean, that RB750UP is not meant for what it is meant - powering 2,3 or 4 routerboards in tower? What is the reason to pay the difference for 'UP'?if you are powering other devices - that is the temperature.
Well, should I carry AP glued to my laptop? Not the reason I bought it rather slim and good-looking.No, it doesnt.
When I test with a deliberant APC 2Mi I pull easily 70MBit on a simple http speedtest.
This is with the same notebook, in the same spectrum and at the same distance.
Totally different ballpark, with c2duo cpu, 60w idle consumption, but not a bad idea aswell.google "MikroBits Ainos 2071"
Good one!Small upgrade has yielded good resul
Yep, would be a shame if anyone else, but MT distributors, sell anything...we try to keep the forum clean of advertising, you can put the stuff on ebay. also, the forum is very international, mostly people from new guinea are not interested in stuff sold in finland (for example).
The question here is - which version of ROS5 RC should I try?another method would be to stay on the same frequency as you are now, but enable Nv2 on both ends. Nv2 is very agressive, it will keep working but others might be affected