Agree.Three "stable" releases in just over a week seems to be rather a contradiction in terms to me.
Perhaps "current" really was the correct name.
OH! So I'll sit and wait again.... Getting a bit frustrated over arm devices and NV2.....*) wireless - improved Nv2 reliability on ARM devices;
I'm sorry to indicate that the nv2 protocol on arm devices continues to fail. It is unstable and has packet loss. Nstreme is still the best option
Would be nice to get some better explanation on these data (I am not talking the values!)signal: 80
tx-sector-info: right 1.4 degrees, down 1 degrees
Does this improvement need an upgrade of AP only or all CPE's need to have the upgrade? Or if not, what minimal version do CPE's need to have to work with this improvement?RouterOS version 6.42.3 has been released in public "current" channel!
*) wireless - improved Nv2 PtMP performance;
Right.. and True"Keep a Topic. I do not care about GPS. Currently NV2 itself does not work properly. NV2 needs to be addressed in particular.
Good! When can we finally buy them?Those are real field tests
For AP? Because for station any 20/40/80 setting wil work with AP. No matter what AP is using. As long as the frequency of the scan range can 'see' the AP it will adapt.Ce - eC automatic selection? Just a guess.
?? How is that? It can only be Ce or eC. The eCe would make a 60Mhz wide channel which is not supported by 802.11acMaybe set your wifi channel to combined ce and ec!What is the wireless XX option under Channel width?
Let's hope is doesn't introduce new bugs after all that German beer.....Confirmation from MT in Mail RC55 will have fix for my LACP Bonding problem. Have a Nice week end and I hope for the soon Release of RC55. One wonder what more magical fixes will be included.
I made several posts in several wireless related treads this week. Search for them and you'll find a lot of info.@WirelessRudy
You have news?
I always use it. To be honest be surprised by the question. Why NOT use them?What is the recommendation in noisy environments? Running nv2 with adaptive-noise-immunity switched on on client and AP? Does ist affect nv2 operation at all?
Exactly!That is what I see too, so then you have lost the battleWhen you close your entire router they can use their 3G/4G connection.
Better to give good education.
Well, several other platforms passed the discussions here including their technology and performances....This is a MT forum. So I do not want to educate . It is not LTE.What LTU gear ?
No, its not.The changelog is updated, thanks.
Yes, we do use OSPF. BGP feed I am not fully aware of what that means..We also experience these problems.
Are you using OSPF?
Do you have a full BGP feed?
Oeps, your right. Seldom read the manual anymore. Habit from the past I guess when the manual was about century behind developments.... Sorry.It is clearly written in the manual too:
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:In ... eless#Scan