Ubiquiti has some sort of deal with Procera which is the only producer of high powered 60Ghz radios supporting channels 5 and 6. They invested in Procera (and consequently sued them in ubiquiti fashion)
What do you mean by "effective possession" ?
Like I said, I can , but this means a less maintainable system because of more difficulty cross trainingU can just write script to monitor voltage then cut some poe power when below threshold u want. Then just use scheduler to execute your script every minute.
rb4011 has the Annapurna Labs 21400 which is an ipsec beast. Do AES256CBC w/ SHA256.Interesting. Now I'll have to perform a ipsec benchmark later today. I'm curious to see the delta.
evpn, or something that looks like it, yes please.By BGP signalled VXLAN, I assume you mean eVPN ??
If so, I _really_ want this feature. It would be one of my Top10 feature requests for RouterOS v7 in the medium term.
Which version? Next stable or next beta? Can I get this by installing the 6.47beta49?Thanks, we will start including time in the next RouterOS versions.
yeah, but it's just announced, nothing you can buy.TechShip have got only one who pass your band's and LTE >=6, this is
https://techship.com/products/sierra-wi ... c7411-nam/
Have a reasonably priced source?I import Quectel modems personally. For your application I would use the EC25-AF It's a Cat4 that supports B2/B4/B5/B12/B13/B14/B66/B71 I use it with Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T with no problems.US/T-Mobile.
ok... then export the config from audience and show me that it doesn't have that radio just shoved into the mesh interface.Audience does not use classic MESH with repeating...!
Its better than that...!
/routing bgp peer set disabled=yes [find where established!=yes] /routing bgp peer set disabled=no [find where disabled=yes]