Is there some reason you refuse to accept a positive experience with MikroTik?A real example please scampel. If we don't believe it. we are art theory
You've yet to post your own configuration...and here ends this forum topic. always the same, any person defends the brand but nobody shows even an antenna speed test to prove it and how not always blame the bad configuration.
FCC page doesn't have much info yet. Probably still a few months away from MikroTik telling us what is supports.Those are not EU or intl. bands.
Half of the world uses bands 1, 3, 8, 20, etc.
Also, I bet you a beer that UL won't even reach 75Mbps.
I only have 1 of each, but I'd love to be able to use LTE too.Hello. I have 11 Mikrotik 912 + Sierra MC7304. I too would love to have this to start testing LTE on MC7304. Thank you.
Sorry for sort-of hijacking this thread...We didn't have a 2GHz OmniTik. Also we didn't have 2GHz sectors. Nothing has been removed.
700mW.PLEASE WHAT IS THE PHYSICAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NETMETAL5 1300MW AND NETMETAL 5 2000MW
At the moment with a crappy antenna, 7.5mbps. With antenna properly aligned and MIMO, caps out at about 22-25mbps with PPP.@RogerWilco, what speeds are you getting for up and down using the PPP on the 7304?
No, it is illegal to change the IMEI on mobile devices - SXT LTE, phones, modems - everything. You can "repair" them legally though.Hello, have a question, is it possible to change IMEI on Mikrotik SXT LTE? it is necessary to refer to Mikrotik as a smartphone.
No, the speed will be capped at about 25Mbps.Would ppp prevent me from using LTE?
I don't suppose you've tested the new MC7430 too?kristaps wrote:We have tested MC7455 locally and it works with RouterOS 6.36 in ppp serial mode. In routeros v7 this card will have mbim support.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/82742398/Solar-Relay-v2Thanks. This gives me something to think about. Unfortunately I cannot get I static ip for my LTE connection so I'll need something a bit different.
I hope for a 2.4 GHz version too.Ok. Interesting. Waiting for specifications...
looks like rb922 with some kind of sectorial
i hope some 2.4ghz sectorial products
Time really, not other reason. I think I will do that when the MikroTik distributor opens after New Year and order one. Thanks for the help Jarda.If you already have a 912, why not to put there additional card?
So if you have a 4G modem in the mPCIe slot the USB port becomes essentially useless?USB will be disabled only if you use a modem in the miniPCIe slot. in your case it is a 802.11 wireless card, not a modem
It's on the Wiki. Why is that strange?Well, then remove this list.
Because on mikrotik site things which are not maintained by mikrotik, at least looks strange.
Ahh, right. Thought it was odd why an individual or household would want to.hi rogerWhy would you want to block it?
due of company policy thanks guys your prompt response gonna try this if this TV wont pass through via 443.
Does the Russian Government has a website for the communications depart and list these sorts of things?Hello!
What about the using 9HPn in Russia? Whether someone's experience?
Interesting the number of networks and the features of frequency licenses
(The band is 902-927 MHz)
Don't buy a Chinese made cable? Buy from a reputable company? Seems pretty straight-forward with that issue.2. USB-UART cable. 5v TTL. Not polar, but differential. Not stable for impact noise. Very unreliable connection socket to USB. Bad quality due to China fake chips.
No worries. Do you have to use the E3131?Thanks for your reply and input.
Pitty that I am not able to get an exact answer. But you have helped send me in the correct direction.
No probs!Thanks Roger for right direction got the commands for Huawei and ZTE.
Doesn't make a difference really.Is it important - plug modem in working router or start RouterOs with modem plugged in?!
Thanks for the reply anyway.Sorry I haven't bothered to follow it up. Was too hard at the time and had a lot of other things on list with higher priority.
While you're at it Normis, you could remove the fibs that other fellow added about the 320U working with the LTE interface providing the modem has the drivers on itThanks, I have updated the wiki with this info.
Yes, it should be. I've uses a powered USB hub with MK before fine. Your results may vary though.If the USB-hub is powered with extern power supply is that ok i think.
Since these forums are mainly for MikroTik hardware AND operating system, I doubt you will get much help regarding OpenWRT.I'd like to know how I can get measurement from temperature sensor and voltage monitor on OpenWRT in RB493G.