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What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:53 am

Hi

I will start a project and we must use the 4.9Ghz frecuency but I have a doubt about if I need upgrade the license Level 4 or the RouterOS will recognize the card by default.

plz, any suggestions will help me :D

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Re: What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:56 am

change the local regulation of the other country is illegal and unethical. Buy a Superchannel license :D

very low cost!

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Re: What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Fri Feb 06, 2009 5:28 am

change the local regulation of the other country is illegal and unethical. Buy a Superchannel license :D

very low cost!

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pd: save money to spend on expensive 4.9 cards
Thanks for the reply, but I must use 4.9Ghz because is the license to police deparment; so I just need know if with the leve 4 of RouterOS I can will use the 4.9Ghz or I will need buy other license. Because actually in the combotext only apper 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz

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Re: What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:13 pm

they are cards in 2.4 working with frequency convertors, it is because of it that often can be observed nets in this spectrum. It is necessary to look for the suitable channels, in the same way as for one xr9.

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Re: What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:33 pm

change the local regulation of the other country is illegal and unethical. Buy a Superchannel license :D

very low cost!

regards


pd: save money to spend on expensive 4.9 cards
Thanks for the reply, but I must use 4.9Ghz because is the license to police deparment; so I just need know if with the leve 4 of RouterOS I can will use the 4.9Ghz or I will need buy other license. Because actually in the combotext only apper 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz

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I have installed these under license for our local government. You need to buy the Custom Frequency Upgrade for each RouterBoard that you are running at 4.9GHz. You can buy thius directly from Mikrotik or from Mikrotik distributors that sell them.

Tom

PS You need this upgrade even if you are using the sr4 card for 4.9GHz.
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Re: What I need to use 4.9Ghz in RouterOS???

Sun Feb 08, 2009 11:03 pm

change the local regulation of the other country is illegal and unethical. Buy a Superchannel license :D

very low cost!

regards


pd: save money to spend on expensive 4.9 cards
Thanks for the reply, but I must use 4.9Ghz because is the license to police deparment; so I just need know if with the leve 4 of RouterOS I can will use the 4.9Ghz or I will need buy other license. Because actually in the combotext only apper 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz

Best Regard.
I have installed these under license for our local government. You need to buy the Custom Frequency Upgrade for each RouterBoard that you are running at 4.9GHz. You can buy thius directly from Mikrotik or from Mikrotik distributors that sell them.

Tom

PS You need this upgrade even if you are using the sr4 card for 4.9GHz.
Thank you Tom, this infomation is very helpful for me.

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