If Mikrotik wants to restrict use of superchannels, they have to follow ETSI/CZ rules at least. They don't. They push us to not using "czech_republic" settings, if we wants to be comply with our laws rules.Yes it is 5470-5725Mhz , but it is commonly referred to as I wrote. (fully channels)
outdoor is exactly 5470MHz-5725MHz not 5500MHz-5700MHz mentioned by you in older posts .. indoor exactly 5150MHz-5350MHz not 5180MHz-5320MHz mentioned by you.I know this document. What exactly is wrong?
An IX shouldn't be doing any routing. An IX should only be switching. Layer 2 only.
now and in the future, there is not difference between L3 switch/router, speed is the key... hardware ASIC with TCAM is what you need.why even people post switch gear links? we are talking about the next gen ccr
+1 for 6rd support .
My isp only supports that at this point and I don't want a tunnel service like HE.
TP-Link mostly use this DC/DC converter http://www.chungda.com/Images/Upload/AZ ... 100319.pdf = you can use any voltage from 6.0V to 36.0V (according to amperage and power consumption)Good luck
I think it can be very helpfull as we are sorting out this problem namely once there is reduction of the speed between link capacities - especially Gbit ethernet to Radio which is lets say 200Mbit. This singificantly reduce thruput..
What is station-bridge? curiously...
MIPS are not SMP ?You really need a Multicore CPU or processor designed for SMP architecture.
The Atheros CPUs don't fit that model.
I vote for it,tooo....I'm waiting for this too. We should be able to remove the IPv4 stack and still have a fully working router.
The more urgent is Winbox support and PPPoE IPv6 support.