Yeah, 900Mhz would be nice in the forest.... but very not allowed in Europe.well, typical 5GHz link behaviour in NLOS situation when hitting trees.
2GHz or even 900MHz would yield better results in this environment.
"I believe"? Explain yourself better. Why do think timing is an issue? What does MT say about that? Is this just a problem on some 912 series boards or does it effect the whole production line?the 912 board has problems with timing i believe.
Doesn't work. But you gave me a kick in the right direction..
ros code/interface wireless set [ find default-name=wlan1 ] ht-rxchains=0,1 ht-txchains=0,1
set [ find default-name=wlan1 ] tx-chains=0,1 rx-chains=0,1
What a wisdom! You must be around here for a while, like me! Haha. (But what a shame actually)Now there is the first generation of .ac coming. The second will be much better ).
Good for you. But too expensive for home solutions... too complicated as well...We never have problems with reset, we always use 24V UPS powersupply's
Another one; Sevilla, Madrid or Barcelona are nice too! Beuatifull towns for the wifes and good (and cheap!) transport at relative short traveltimes for Europe members.Thanks for feedback, Rudy!
/tool graphing interface add interface=ether1-WAN add interface=HS-vlan2000 /tool graphing queue add /tool graphing resource add allow-address=10.10.10.0/24