These directions are wrong. Use signal reading. What a vendor claims ... is only good weather data. I have a 840m link which works fine but goes down with strong rain. Therefore a 5GHz Backup is in place.MikroTik claim 1.5 kilometers so at 840m it should be working fine, alignment is shown as .6 right and .6 up, I have tried to get better but slightest movement knocks it out.
Depends on Distance and your patience too align the dishes.They are not good enough to use on their own which is what I need so I can free up some 5Ghz channels
This alignment directions are wrong. I fiddled an hour with a link until I started to look solely at the Signal Levels.Firmware is 6.43.4 before this firmware was put on there was no link at all, The alignment only shows on one unit, there is no /interface wg60 align command anymore, the alignment showing is .6 up .6 right which is pretty close., will send support files.
When I try to run /interface w60g align wlan60-1 on AP side , I get "connected no", Q quit D dump C-z pauseForm supout.rif files - RSSI signal on one side is way off.
Latest beta version includes align mode - for easier alignment. it would help us improve, if we get some user feedback.
To use align mode run on both sides:
/interface w60g align wlan60-1
RSSI and sector information will change rapidly, adjust to best RSSI and try to get tx-sector-info to center.