It's all in the PDF documentHi there,
I am curious about the suggest sales prices and the general availability of the new devices. Can you provide me with a rough estimate for the new products? Which quarter are they shipping?
I am especially interested in the mAP, as it might solve a couple of issues I have ...
I can not imagine this case in the lobby of the Sheraton Hotel. Some places need a prettier case and that is why I refer a ruckus or unifi.mAP is already in an indoor case.are you planning good-looking indoor case for mAP? Something like Unifi o Ruckus?
It is very small, 6x6 cm! And why would you place it in a visible location?I can not imagine this case in the lobby of the Sheraton Hotel. Some places need a prettier case and that is why I refer a ruckus or unifi.mAP is already in an indoor case.are you planning good-looking indoor case for mAP? Something like Unifi o Ruckus?
See this, http://www.rfelements.com/en/products/e ... ox-inspot/
They have the solution to products that are missing. Why do you not manufacture directly? a simple plastic housing can make a difference
You don't need 1600mw wireless for Rooms, Office, Hostel ... keep in mind it is not only how far can your signal go, but also if signal from your clients will get back ... in this kind of setup you will be dealing with laptops (100mw), tablets (80mw) and phones (50mw) ... what use is to get your signal kilometers away if devices you are targeting can respond only about a fraction of that distance ... boosting power on your AP will not increase power on your clients devices. Solution is to place more devices with LOWER power and nonoverlaping channels.I need new product for 12x1G Ethernet and 12 SFP and 2 SFP+ Switch for campus use
another one 20 SFP and 4x1G Ethernet 2 SFP+ Switch Fiber to home (Plots, Hotels)
Small Router with 1 SFP and 5x1G Ethernet with 1600mw 5 to 10 dbi mimo (Rooms, Office, Hostel)
this is most certainly not truebut none of the firmware can use more than single thread at the moment!
only loading of the table works on one core. all routing itself works on all cores, as do most other features. you have basically stumbled on one of the last remaining single threaded processesWe have a few CCR1036 routers which work great, but we run BGP on them with full routing tables and the BGP process is only using 1 core which is constantly running at 100%.
hi normisThis newsletter introduces some new products, and shows what happened at the MUM in Italy: