Can someone provide the needed steps on how to get this configured as a station with bridging mode?
The license that came with it does not allow AP. I'll try pseudobridge and see what happens. Although, I tend not to use WDS as it reduces bandwidth from what I heard.Make sure it is not possible to use WDS, since mode=station does not support bridging due to limitation of 802.11
Use this configuration example, if MikroTik RouterOS is used as access point,
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Transpare ... o_Networks
There is another mode=station-pseudobridge that could be used for that, however WDS is preferable.
Ok, I have upgraded to Lever 4. Now I have AP enabled, how do I maximize my SR5 output power? I'm getting an extreme low signal indoor with 23dbi antenna, so I'm guessing I'm running on a low power tx dbm.Level 3 provides you with mode=station-wds and mode=bridge, that could be used to establish WDS link.
You have something very, very wrong to be getting an "extreme low signal" with a potential of nearly 100 Watts of Effective Radiated Power at 6Mbps!Ok, I have upgraded to Lever 4. Now I have AP enabled, how do I maximize my SR5 output power? I'm getting an extreme low signal indoor with 23dbi antenna, so I'm guessing I'm running on a low power tx dbm.
Thanks for the info. I'll try this in the office tomorrow, one more question on the client side, and if set to station mode:
1. Do I need to set an IP address for the wireless iface?
2. Or, I set an IP on the Ethernet side only and bridge it? (Cause I tried that but I was unable to ping it from AP side)