These have very large configs. What parts in particular are you after?Please post your configuration!
400Mbps aggregate over 4km?Did anyone already tested dynadish against QRT, i need it for 4 km ptp link with maximum speed of 200 mbits full duplex.
I think Dynadish has more wind resistance, but in performance ....
Hey Normis. You do know that both the routerboard website (http://routerboard.com/RBDynaDishG-5HacD) and many resellers say these are 23dBi gain antennas don't you?DynaDish is for you then. 400mm diameter, 25dBi gain.
Being any expert, do you have any recommendations for getting QoS to work properly on an N-Streme link?During this time I became an authority on MirkroTik QoS.
Newer types of board or more recently manufactured? Can you confirm which boards use which scheme?Newer boards have different scheme and that has higher precision.
So the 2GB DB size limit hasn't been fixed in this release? Has anyone confirmed this and have Mikrotik acknowledged this bug? This is the only thing preventing us upgrading from 3.6.Hopefully they fix both the 2GB limit and the issue with IO affecting polling soon.
Hey Normis, whilst you're on is there any chance you could confirm this is a known bug that is being worked on and that it is a RouterOS version issue rather than Dude version issue?
Received our R52N's just before the weekend. Upgraded a couple of RB411AH's to V4 and upgraded the license as per the instructions and all showed up fine. Couple of quick tests in the lab showed all working as per designI have yet to see a real R52N card work.
Hoping to on a 10km link next week with Dual-pol MTi but still waiting for the R52N's too arrive.Has anyone tried this with a dual-polarity dish? Any real benefit/cost doing it that way vs using two separate antennas?
"Real World" tests with Mikrotik in Turbo have proved your statement incorrect many times in the pastand i said you can only get 108mbit/s over the air maximum meaning 50mbit/s half duplex throuhput which is less than the stated solution above.
Am I right in saying that this would be using 40MHz of bandwidth? If so, can't you get better throughput using RouterOS, R52's and turbo (i.e. 40MHz)?well , my point is: 11n is very useable for distance ...
[ 5] -0.0- 1.0 sec 8.57 MBytes 71.9 Mbits/sec
Not sure I understand your answer. Assuming the wireless AP is MT and there are multiple clients viewing the stream, will we see 1 x stream bandwidth or n x stream bandwidth?if AP is at the clients then yes, you should see stream to all subscribed customers
When you say "public" does this mean MT may have developed something provately for another company?the public ROS releases don't suport any 802.11n cards.
?? Are those real results? How is an Atheros AR5213 able to push and receive over 200mbps at the same time?Not only stable...very strong : http://merkur.wla.hu/mikrotik/support/3x2/highpower.jpg
Even so it would still make sense that as these new boards are V3 only that they didn't discontinue products that work in favour of ones that are still at an RC stage.They only discontinued the RB532 and not the RB532A.
So they will try and look into it? That's great news. Wish I had had the time to meet the guys at one of the Mum's. Maybe when they are next in Europe I will have timeWe discussed with all the MT guy and they argued that they have to work about it.
Are you guys planning on implementing any MAC layer QoS that will work with NStreme?for Nstreme to achieve it's high speeds, it has to ignore a lot of stuff, including WMM priorities.
Any joy testing the new Multicast package? Just about to do some tests myself but wanted to see how others had done and if there where any problems.hmmm, yesterday RC6 came out with multicast package, but I can't find where to configure it please someone help !!!
I'll give it a go but would imagine the same process will be looking for the same mark to queue the traffic.In bridge, filters, advanced there is options for vlan (vlan id, etc), then mark the packets in action and create queue in queue tree or simple. Just a idea, not tested.
Started to try that but netinstall didn't show any license info so thought it might wipe the CF. ISO worked fine.also can try netinstall on CF that failed
But how did you recover the license from the failed CF? I can't upload RC9 as the router wont get to that stageahhh i forgot to say that I upload packages via ftp. I did that kind of upgrade
In what way does it work better? It is easy to upgrade a single AP and role back if there are issues (still RC release after all) but if you upgrade an AP and all the clients then find an issue it's a lot of work to role everything back.that said, keep them the same version, it works better.
Did you ever get these in to test?it should work, but better find commell ones with intel CPU, they're more powerfull, and often offers integrated DC-DC coverter.
I'm going to have samples in next few days, so if you want i can post some results on board.
From terminal there are a few options under "/routing pim". Not had a chance to play yet but looks straight forward enough.hmmm, yesterday RC6 came out with multicast package, but I can't find where to configure it please someone help !!!
Really looking forward to seeing how you guys implement Multicast support. Will it still make RC6?In RC5-6 we will have a working one. description and manual will also be made.
If you set all 4 interfaces in mode=bridge can N-Streme still be used? If not is there a way to use nstreme with WDS bonding?WDS configuration is the following,
1) set 4 wireless interface to mode=bridge;
2) establish two WDS links respectively;
3) WDS interface should be used as bonding slave.
And hence the question if polling and WMM can be combined so the AP can control both ends. If several clients tried to send at the same time couldn't the AP choose who to listern too?AP cannot limit client, you can control only outgoing traffic of AP on AP
I've seen a few posts from people using X86 Athlon based boards which show the same problem so don't think it's a CPU issue.What does the 532 run at with 30 or so Nstreme customers? Any one running it on a 1ghz+ PC platform?
We had always set ours to proxy-ARP but still no joy. Would you care to post your configs?Actually I think the issue with ours was that our ARP on the VLAN & NIC Interface was set to enabled instead of 'proxy-ARP'. After this change it worked.
Be careful how you setup WDS with NStreme though as you can't use NStreme and both end points as AP. You would need to set one end as WDS AP and one as WDS Station I believe.you can use additionaly use Nstreme or/and wireless encryption.
I think that's what makes the lamb extra tender200W? Do you grill your sheep with that?
Did you test this with the RB512's? If so, could you post your results?I have a couple RB 512's coming in next week I want to try it with, but that's some awesome throughput for a WRAP board
Tried that (see http://forum.mikrotik.com//viewtopic.php?t=4969) If I use 100byte packets I see no difference if packing/unpacking is set to simple or none.try to do a bandwidth test with small UDP packets and compare the results with and without M3P.
?? I didn't think the RouterBoard 18 could handle anywhere near this amount of traffic? 200Mb/s seems like a lot of traffic for such a slow processor.
I have test the RouterBoard 18 with 8 radios and got more than 200Mb/s through the radios. That means more than 25Mb/s for each radio.