At this Moment the only Chipset that is Support 4x4 is the One in the 4011, and it looks like the Driver only works on ARM based boards, so not for the M11GCan a 4x4 card be used on this RouterBOARD RBM11g?
nothing new.......Well, these all new PowerLine devices are ok, but what about MT outdoor wireless? Has MT mentioned any plans to introduce some new AP? Or we're stuck with good ol' RB912/92x?
Impossible with 3.xx Kernel, and missing support for actually HardwareAt this point I'd take a 1U server with an Intel Xeon with a bunch of SFP+ cards jammed in the front and a Mikrotik logo stuck on.
In most CaSes this is not IP Traffic, it is only an range extender, No IP ConverterAre you 100% sure that your converter outputs standard Ethernet frames?
Yes that is the big MUM (tomorrow too)Was this the big European MUM? Or is that one in April?
There seems to have been no live stream.
First things firstNo new 60 ghz device with 5 ghz backup?
Normis told that in an another thread, but he did not say it will happen this yearDo you have any specific information about something to happen?Will a new wireless driver package for 802.11ac be released in 6.45 or is it planned for a later RouterOS version?
We are not able to do Business decisions with a maybe or "in near future"
Nothing has changed from that time. Please suggest what answer you wanted to hear.
Normis wrote on other Topic that they develop new driver with wave 2 support, but we don’t no when it is availableCome on MikroTik support, at least tell us if you're planning something or not.
I have done picture with HP Laptop and 4011 still 54MBit, IPhone connects with full speed, not solved in actual Beta!Not true, new betas fix the issue with Apple and the issue is with Apple new driver, not RouterOS driver.- they incompatible to some Intel and Apple devices
Depends on link conditionsHi,
Please can someone tell me what is real TCP bandwidth with DynaDish 5 at around 2,5-3km ?
For us the same, ping lags on arm Based CPE, VoIP not possibleTest 2x ARM Bridge. Not stable & slower than MIPSBE.ARM works very well. The only issue I know of, is lack of full compatibility with legacy Nv2 protocol.
Any other problems?
OK, 4 port switch with POE?wrong highlight, though. I would highlight the previous sentence, where it says that there are more antenna elements, so it's basically a sector design. not more interfaces.
Mimosa too, but Mikrotik maxes out with 180-190 Mbit @ 40 MhzReally? No way man, Ubnt AC 240-280Mbps on 40Mhz at 8km Around 130Mbps at 20MHz...
You need to use Station pseudo bridgeI'm not at home atm, at weekend i will post the configs. Thank you.hi
please send here
/interface bridge export
/ip firewall export
No it doesn’t....Horn is not economically profitable for some locations.
Interesting, it seems to me that after the latest updates the army works well.
Only LHG-60AD or LHGG-60AD too?From support:
Yes! We didn't manage to get CE for RBLHG-60ad therefore we can't sell it in Europe.
Better buy new Hardware, and throw this low cost electronics awayMaybe we should pay open wrt to create arm software. Mikrotik won't solve the problem
Yes, this gets better in with the last updates, but ROS has serious problem with more than 2 chains, speed does not benefit....Isn't that almost same numbers as for OpenWRT?
For ARM Hardware there is nothing.....@Mikrotik does not solve the problem. Maybe it's time to try alternative software. Has anyone tried with other software?
no, in my opinion this depends on the used Cihipset,Is there any throughput dropout like on the HAP ac2?
B5 and B5c are PTP Radioswhat are the models and how much are they?
In our case this oneCan you all list exact Intel wireless chips that were in the clients, when the test performed so poorly?
He is talking about MUM EuropeA little birdie whispered into my ear that March is a welcoming month full of surprises.
Indeed. Unlike previous years solar equinox is going to happen around 21st marking start of Fall on southern hemisphere.
No they don’t use MT for WirelessWhat I meant to say was - for other competitors to deliver higher speeds (exclude full duplex) are they using 80-160Mhz bandwidth per AP channel ?
No, try 280MBIt TCP with Mikrotik @40mhzDeliver higher speed using how much bandwidth (80-160MHz?)We have a lot of Mikrotik CPE out there, but in last 6 month we realized how competitors are able to deliver higher speeds, Mikrotik is outdated, I don’t believe that we came back to Mikrotik
We have a lot of Mikrotik CPE out there, but in last 6 month we realized how competitors are able to deliver higher speeds, Mikrotik is outdated, I don’t believe that we came back to MikrotikI Hope arm solution every day...
possible, we cannot control it, no other vendor in WISP business has ARM and TDMA.....it's an hardware bug and it can't be resolved
i´ve got this mail in march 18 some days before mum Berlin..... and until now nothingFrom support:
Apologies for the inconvenience, this issue is being investigated by our development team and should be fixed in the upcoming releases of the RouterOS.
There are no mispbe ac CPE‘s available they are all legacyEasy, very easy don´t buy unfixed product. Buy mipsbe thats works fine
Maybe in 2019, but they don’t care, so we don’t care too, we has to grow, and did exchange on some Places with great success, we don’t need Mikrotik anymore....Maybe with new drivers in V7 but the main question is when V7 'll be released?
Do you deliver voice / sip service ?Yes, and I used NV2What client devices you are using?
Sxt Lite5 ac?
What is allowed? 20dbm?Only EIRP qrt 2depends on EIRP you are able to goI want to instal ptp qrt about 4 km and i need aprox how megas i can pass.
looks not bad at all, but it client how has 86 Mbit limits all other if he es transfer data.......Hello this is my wireless registration
Make a screen shotDoes you computer connect on 2,4 GHz Interface or on 5 GHz?
802.11ac on 5Ghz
Show us your wireless registration tab
Howmuch EIRP is allowed?The link is in Ireland, in a rural location with just trees and landscape between the radios.
One location is in a business park where there is a mask hosting various other radios for ISP's and mobile phones etc...
Hap ac is active POe capable HAP ac Lite is notI am powering a hAP AC from a Cisco SG250 (SG250-08HP). Works like a charm, although it should not work by the datasheet.
Mikrotik has equal switch.Still, you can buy adapters or you buy a UBNT PoE switch which supports passive PoE as a port option.Ah,
that's a nice idea i will give it a try!
GSW-1600HP is the switch i prepared with this setup.
i think it is possible with https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:W ... eudobridgeNo it is cisco basedIs your Home WiFi Mikrotik based too?
distance is for ACK calculation and installation ist foot frequency selection.....me tooi'm wondering what's differences between new "installation" and distance?
actually what the new feature does?
Good idea, they don’t have any innovation @5Ghz Outdoor Wireless in the last 4 years....Christmas surprise
In my dreams MT sell wireless division to another company ....CAMBIUM . Don't troll more please.
Best way is to try different vendor if you need tdmaThe Nv2 protocol already has a problem in general. but no one makes any statement about these issues. Will we have to try different brands?
+1Which ETSI you are comply with? Because as I know there is a band between 5470MHz to 5725Mhz, this leting me select this variety of frequencies, but if YOU apply on your restrictions, I cannot use 5480MHz, why?
Close enough or is this cold case closed, like Spectral Scan?We are close to a solution to the Nv2+ARM performance issue, please hold on for a day or two, when we will release the changes in RC release chain, for first testing.
After 8 or 9 unsuccessful patches and 12 month this issue is unfixed I don’t believe thatApparently there is a diagnosis and there are patches in the pipeline.
- Spectral ScanWe don't need exciting stuff, we need bugs fixed.
Like IPv6 recursive routing, usable BGP.
Yes and that is why MT uses the same Cheap IPQ-4018 board in LHGac, SXTsq AC, LDFac.......I would say the outdoor stuff is much more expensive to design test and certify????
They are installed with Wave 2 PCIE Modules from CompexCan you share any results? The same configuration with LEDE and with ROS?My M11G with Lede/ Openwrt and Ath10k performances much better then with Ros!
Do you run Data over the link when you see this?Hi!
But do you have any idea, why the phys-rate is not stable although RSSI is good?
It is best at 64800 MHz, but not perfect stable at 2.3 Gbps.
At lower frequencies, RSSI is still at -50, but phys-rate drops sometimes to 386 Mbps
Just try to set your needed address as a second IP and then remove the default oneHello,
I cannot help you but I have installed my set yesterday and a have exactly the same problem.
I can change the IP at the slave side but not in the master.
So I hope there will be a solution for us.