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MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:56 am
by sergejs
In this MikroTik newsletter:

* new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP, $69
* new cAP ac Dual Band Wall/Ceiling AP, $69
* new CRS112-8P-4S-IN with eight PoE-out ports, $179
* new LHG XL 5 ac, Long Range 27dBi 5GHz with 802.11ac support, $99
* new LHG XL 2, Long Range 21dBi 2.4GHz, $68
* new LDF ac with 802.11ac and Gigabit Ethernet, $59
* LTE miniPCI-e cards, from $69
* wAP60G available in AP and CPE versions, from $99
* Match websites in firewall
* MUM schedule
* Train-the-Trainer course in Riga, Latvia

Download the newsletter here:
http://mt.lv/news80

MikroTik Team.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:11 am
by patrick7
RouterOS v7, how cool is that!

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:21 am
by freemannnn
waiting for that 16 ports poe switch!

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:30 am
by UMarcus
..
* new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP, $69
...

Does this device provide more real WLAN throughput as the hAP ac (i saw never more than ~130MBit even if i had a 866MBit WIFI 5GHz connection) ?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:38 am
by sergejs
Umarcus,
wireless throughput strongly depends on client wireless interface (1chain/2chain/3chain/etc.).
hAP AC and modern macbook may reach ~600-700Mbps, hAP AC to hAP AC ~700Mbps of _real_ throughput.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:52 am
by blingblouw
So its my understanding that the new hap ac has wave 2 support?

Does that mean that the driver does as well? i.e. does it support all features of wave2 already or will that come at a later stage? Can the AP transmit to multiple clients on different spatial streams simultaneously?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:08 am
by deanMKD1
@sergejs
is HAP ac 2 have the same 1000mW radio as previous HAP ac? i dont see output power in details.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:23 am
by UMarcus
Umarcus,
wireless throughput strongly depends on client wireless interface (1chain/2chain/3chain/etc.).
hAP AC and modern macbook may reach ~600-700Mbps, hAP AC to hAP AC ~700Mbps of _real_ throughput.
Ok. May be it also depend on the CAPsMAN configuration ? If yes what are the most limit factor ? The CAPsMAN (in my case CRS124) or the CAP (in my case hAP AC) ?

My phone are able to transfer more than 130MBit for sure, I saw this while connected to an AcccesPoint of other Vendor in the same Network. It reports 5GHz / 866MBit WLAN connection in both cases, but in the end the hAP AC only gave a throughput of ~130MBit.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:26 am
by soulflyhigh
waiting for that 16 ports poe switch!
+1

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:28 pm
by dadaniel
* Match websites in firewall
What about matching non-secure traffic with wildcards directly in firewall? Still not possible?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:08 pm
by uldis
So its my understanding that the new hap ac has wave 2 support?

Does that mean that the driver does as well? i.e. does it support all features of wave2 already or will that come at a later stage? Can the AP transmit to multiple clients on different spatial streams simultaneously?
Currently we don't have support for the wave2 features in the software for this board.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 2:40 pm
by deanMKD1
@uldis can you answer on my previous question pls ?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:39 pm
by pietroscherer
Hello,

Static link aggregation on CRS112-8P-4S-IN refers to non switch mode, correct?

Thank you.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 3:50 pm
by AlainCasault
waiting for that 16 ports poe switch!
+1

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 5:05 pm
by macsrwe
Love the POE switch. Is it really that much additional engineering expense to offer an additional version of these devices in a weatherproof case like the PowerBox? Do you believe there is no market? Outdoor equipment is the norm where we are.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:30 pm
by Beone
only 2x2 chains? (hap ac and wap ac have 3x3 on 5ghz)

Would love a 3x3 2ghz and 5ghz design including PoE 802.3at/af support design! Stable Enterprise switches just don't do passive-poe 24V and is a nightmare to configure (shorts if you don't watch out)

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:52 pm
by mistry7
RouterOS v7, how cool is that!
Did you see something I missed?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:19 am
by jo2jo
..
* new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP, $69
...

Does this device provide more real WLAN throughput as the hAP ac (i saw never more than ~130MBit even if i had a 866MBit WIFI 5GHz connection) ?

See this post: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=113830

Im seeing same max speed issues (on hapAC, wAP ac) , with EXTENSIVE testings (and side-by-side comparisons, in varied environments, to other mfg 3x3 5g ac products ).

I do find it very interesting that the new AC capable APs announced today (feb 18 newsletter) are v2 of the product line, yet are 2x2 chain (when v1 of the product line was 3x3 chains). Yet the v1 products act almost exactly as if 1 of the 3 chains is not working (or is malfunctioning) (at 2.4 and more so at 5g ac).

Dont get me wrong please, Im fully aware of (and use) the power of RouterOS (its un-matched at any price point), but there is a real issue with 3 chain 5g AC on these products.

On a different note, on the newly announced CRS112-8P-4S-IN (new 8 port POE SW !), can you use 24v AND 48v POE at the same time (ie like on the ubnt edgeswitch line)?, ie on the CRS112-8P-4S-IN , can you attach BOTH 24v and 48v PSU inputs and then have some ports @ 24v passive, and some eth ports @ poe at/af ? (on many installs ive had to put 2x 960PGS (hexPOE) rb's next to each other due to needing more than 4x POE ports, or needing 24v on some eth ports (ie other MTs) , and poe on other eths (ie IPcams).

thanks!
(i love it when my inbox shows a new MT newsletter pdf!)

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:49 am
by UMarcus
..
* new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP, $69
...

Does this device provide more real WLAN throughput as the hAP ac (i saw never more than ~130MBit even if i had a 866MBit WIFI 5GHz connection) ?

See this post: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=113830

Im seeing same max speed issues (on hapAC, wAP ac) , with EXTENSIVE testings (and side-by-side comparisons, in varied environments, to other mfg 3x3 5g ac products ).

...
Thank you for that hint. Exactly same issue here. Hopefully MT could solve that issue. Regards.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 12:00 pm
by JimmyNyholm
RouterOS v7, how cool is that!
The what and where now? Nothing that I see in that Issue mentions V7???

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:42 pm
by anuser
Ok. May be it also depend on the CAPsMAN configuration ? If yes what are the most limit factor ? The CAPsMAN (in my case CRS124) or the CAP (in my case hAP AC) ?
In CAPSMAN setup with CAPSMAN forwarding enabled the CAP creates a tunnel to the CAPSMAN controller. This needs CPU power. With CAP AC with its 4 cores I expect higher throughput.
including PoE 802.3at/af support design! Stable Enterprise switches just don't do passive-poe 24V and is a nightmare to configure (shorts if you don't watch out)
CAP AC can be powered by 802.3at/803.3af - Did I miss something?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 3:29 am
by Spirch
availability in Canada for

* new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP, $69
* new cAP ac Dual Band Wall/Ceiling AP, $69

???

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:32 am
by borkbork
Ok. May be it also depend on the CAPsMAN configuration ? If yes what are the most limit factor ? The CAPsMAN (in my case CRS124) or the CAP (in my case hAP AC) ?
In CAPSMAN setup with CAPSMAN forwarding enabled the CAP creates a tunnel to the CAPSMAN controller. This needs CPU power. With CAP AC with its 4 cores I expect higher throughput.
including PoE 802.3at/af support design! Stable Enterprise switches just don't do passive-poe 24V and is a nightmare to configure (shorts if you don't watch out)
CAP AC can be powered by 802.3at/803.3af - Did I miss something?
hAP ac2 is passive POE in, that's what disappointed me. I need those extra Gb ports, but all my infrastructure is 802.3af/at based. Not looking forward to the extra mess.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:14 pm
by anuser
hAP ac2 is passive POE in, that's what disappointed me. I need those extra Gb ports, but all my infrastructure is 802.3af/at based. Not looking forward to the extra mess.

Well CAP ac has dual "PoE in" support and that is the device you actually want in an enterprise environment. 1 port in, one additional port for another access point (HAP AC lite) powered by the CAP AC.
https://mikrotik.com/product/cap_ac
PoE in 	802.3af/at


Number of DC inputs 	1 (PoE-IN)

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:47 am
by R1CH
So its my understanding that the new hap ac has wave 2 support?

Does that mean that the driver does as well? i.e. does it support all features of wave2 already or will that come at a later stage? Can the AP transmit to multiple clients on different spatial streams simultaneously?
Currently we don't have support for the wave2 features in the software for this board.
Is this support planned? All the Qualcomm SOCs these days are Wave2, it would be great if the software could support such features as client devices like cell phones have had Wave2 support for a long time as they're almost all using Qualcomm chips too.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:57 pm
by feris
Nice new products, but honestly there's too many those small =<5 ports routers models.
RB2011 definitely needs refresh. HeX and such are very capable but most of sites I operate needs more than 4 and less than 9 ports for LAN.
There is also lots of problems with LTE over USB modems.
Well RBM11G with 10 GE ports,usb,case,serial port and optional kit with R11e-LTE is my dream site router.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:09 pm
by darkprocess
When wil Ltap and ltap mini be available?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:24 pm
by sid5632
Nice new products, but honestly there's too many those small =<5 ports routers models.
HeX and such are very capable but most of sites I operate needs more than 4 and less than 9 ports for LAN.
Yes, I want an 8 port switch with decent routing capabilities too. Small CRS is not up to it.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:36 pm
by pcunite
Excellent news on the PoE switch! Nice work, MikroTik. I have a 28 IP network camera installation coming up in May of this year. Could really use a rackmount 24 port PoE switch too!

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 12:29 am
by purplecloud
RouterOS v7, how cool is that!
The what and where now? Nothing that I see in that Issue mentions V7???
I think it was a mistake...

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 12:54 am
by raffav
RouterOS v7, how cool is that!
The what and where now? Nothing that I see in that Issue mentions V7???
I think it was a mistake...
I think he was joking about that.

Enviado de meu XT1580 usando Tapatalk


Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 12:12 pm
by eworm
Excellent news on the PoE switch! Nice work, MikroTik. I have a 28 IP network camera installation coming up in May of this year. Could really use a rackmount 24 port PoE switch too!
Me too. Sadly CRS328-24P-4S+RM is not announced officially.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:29 pm
by peper
Nice new products, but honestly there's too many those small =<5 ports routers models.
RB2011 definitely needs refresh. HeX and such are very capable but most of sites I operate needs more than 4 and less than 9 ports for LAN.
You are so right

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 12:27 am
by deanMKD1
Availability for this new products?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 5:06 pm
by feris
Is there a chance for hAP ac2 with classic case ?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:17 pm
by marekm
Question about the CRS112-8P-4S-IN: does it support -48V DC telecom power with positive ground?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 5:14 pm
by Beone
Ok. May be it also depend on the CAPsMAN configuration ? If yes what are the most limit factor ? The CAPsMAN (in my case CRS124) or the CAP (in my case hAP AC) ?
In CAPSMAN setup with CAPSMAN forwarding enabled the CAP creates a tunnel to the CAPSMAN controller. This needs CPU power. With CAP AC with its 4 cores I expect higher throughput.
including PoE 802.3at/af support design! Stable Enterprise switches just don't do passive-poe 24V and is a nightmare to configure (shorts if you don't watch out)
CAP AC can be powered by 802.3at/803.3af - Did I miss something?
CAP AC does, but the hap ac2 doesnt

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:34 am
by jarda
Can we see hap ac2 with at least 10 gigabit ethernets and microSD card slot?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:42 am
by normis
Can we see hap ac2 with at least 10 gigabit ethernets and microSD card slot?
That's a different product that is coming soon.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 1:00 pm
by jarda
Thanks. When soon and what are the specifications of it?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 1:08 pm
by iwikus
Thanks. When soon and what are the specifications of it?
Oooh, I would like to see something with 2.5GBASE-T and 5GBASE-T https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2.5GBASE-T_and_5GBASE-T

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:04 pm
by JimmyNyholm
Excellent news on the PoE switch! Nice work, MikroTik. I have a 28 IP network camera installation coming up in May of this year. Could really use a rackmount 24 port PoE switch too!
And while youre at 24port powe why not 48port poe.
48 Gig ports with 1 qsfp+ port breakable to 4 sfp+ ports

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 4:54 pm
by vladimirslk
I was expecting 60ghz for 1km
it should not be a deal to make it with parabola, cut feeder on jirious 24, direct WAP to hole of feeder, profit. dont want to recall 2005 when we made wireless out of cans and other stuff, cause inventors were too lazy to make ready product

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:54 pm
by neutronlaser
When is the HAP AC2 available in the USA?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 11:56 am
by Sribala44ji
Will there be a long range 60ghz ptp device

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:09 pm
by bisto
Excellent news on the PoE switch! Nice work, MikroTik. I have a 28 IP network camera installation coming up in May of this year. Could really use a rackmount 24 port PoE switch too!
Me too. Sadly CRS328-24P-4S+RM is not announced officially.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but was this not announced at the 2017 MUM EU? Some distributors got their hands on these last september I read somewhere and we eagerly anticipate them ! They had a slot on the switches page in the hardware section of the website with an R.R.P. attached but these have disapeared.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 2:53 pm
by neutronlaser
Such a shame. I would have bought dozens of CRS328-24P-4S+RM if they ever existed. I think this was the presentation:

https://mum.mikrotik.com/presentations/ ... 580163.pdf

CRS328-24P-4S+RM is finally available

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:53 pm
by pamribeirox
I've received information from our main Mikrotik supplier that CRS328 (24 PoE AF/AT) is already in production/sales.

The supplied product flyer doesn't mention the L2 IPv6 support capabilities, of course the L3 functions will be available as in other RouterOS products, but, does de equipment (and the others in the CRS line) support:

* MLD snooping/filtering?
* Filtering ICMPv6 Router Advertisements arriving on the user/edge ports? (RA guard)

I'm also waiting for a simple IPv6 ND enhancement in RouterOS, the ability to define the router priority (RFC5175/RFC4191) as HIGH/MEDIUM/LOW in multiple gateway topologies.

regards.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:21 pm
by skullzaflare
So its my understanding that the new hap ac has wave 2 support?

Does that mean that the driver does as well? i.e. does it support all features of wave2 already or will that come at a later stage? Can the AP transmit to multiple clients on different spatial streams simultaneously?
Currently we don't have support for the wave2 features in the software for this board.
What are the plans on adding support?
I ordered two cAP AC's which are now installed, and a hAP ac² to replace my 962. I was hoping to see the wave2 to pop in with my intel 9260 wireless cards, however everything is maxing at 866mbps connection

Re: CRS328-24P-4S+RM is finally available

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:34 pm
by pcunite
I've received information from our main Mikrotik supplier that CRS328 (24 PoE AF/AT) is already in production/sales.

Excellent, really looking forward to the CRS328-24P-4S+RM.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:56 pm
by jhqm67
Hello, I bought an RB3011 router.
I own two WAN connections with public IP and fixed optical fiber.
I would need a basic configuration for my RB3011 where I can route the outbound traffic of my LAN for one of the two WANs and the incoming traffic to local servers for the other WAN.
I thank whoever can indicate me or redirect me towards the solution.

Thank you so much!!

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:01 am
by normis
Hello, I bought an RB3011 router.
I own two WAN connections with public IP and fixed optical fiber.
I would need a basic configuration for my RB3011 where I can route the outbound traffic of my LAN for one of the two WANs and the incoming traffic to local servers for the other WAN.
I thank whoever can indicate me or redirect me towards the solution.

Thank you so much!!
Please post a new question in the appropriate category. Why are you commenting on the Newsletter topic?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Tue Feb 27, 2018 11:20 pm
by deanMKD1
Did someone get some unit from HAC AC 2? Some real tests?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:27 am
by Beone
Why routeros devices like powerbox pro, hex poe, hap ac2 only have 16Mb flash?

With basic install, there is less then 1mb free space, trying to run a hotspot on it with just a little bit of html/img pages will run the device completely out of flash memory.

RB951xxx had 128Mb flash, flash is cheap these days, why not just a little bit more like 32Mb, 64Mb or even 128MB ram? Even CCR with 2 partitions (master/recovery) will run out 128Mb flash easily during upgrade for example

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 9:03 am
by normis
trying to run a hotspot on it with just a little bit of html/img pages will run the device completely out of flash memory.
these are home routers, not really ideal for a complicated hotspot server and custom login pages.
for those devices that have a USB port or microSD slot, you can put the Hotspot directory there.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 11:00 am
by eworm
For now I am fine with 16MB flash storage. In case RouterOS v7 will ever be available I hope my universal toolbox (mAP that travels with me) will be able to run all the features with current releases.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 2:18 pm
by MPedreseo
waiting for that 16 ports poe switch!
+1
+1 too!!

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 2:50 pm
by Taggart
new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP
good choice

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 3:10 pm
by neutronlaser
Waiting for HAP AC 2 to be in stock on Amazon USA, hopefully next month.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 6:16 pm
by skullzaflare
new hAP ac² Dual Band Desktop AP
good choice
I ordered one to replace a 962, our vender said they expect to have them around the end of march.
I am unhappy that Mikrotik has no support for any of the wave2 features however, and that i cant get a answer as to if you plan to add the features support or not

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 12:49 am
by macsrwe
Love the POE switch. Is it really that much additional engineering expense to offer an additional version of these devices in a weatherproof case like the PowerBox? Do you believe there is no market? Outdoor equipment is the norm where we are.
I see UBNT announced an outdoor weatherproof gigabit NanoSwitch today. Looks like I may be introducing my first model of non-MT equipment into my network. Didn't really want to do this.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 9:23 am
by normis
Love the POE switch. Is it really that much additional engineering expense to offer an additional version of these devices in a weatherproof case like the PowerBox? Do you believe there is no market? Outdoor equipment is the norm where we are.
I see UBNT announced an outdoor weatherproof gigabit NanoSwitch today. Looks like I may be introducing my first model of non-MT equipment into my network. Didn't really want to do this.
How is this different from PowerBOX Pro? https://mikrotik.com/product/RB960PGS-PB
Just that it's specifically a switch?

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:46 am
by macsrwe
Love the POE switch. Is it really that much additional engineering expense to offer an additional version of these devices in a weatherproof case like the PowerBox? Do you believe there is no market? Outdoor equipment is the norm where we are.
I see UBNT announced an outdoor weatherproof gigabit NanoSwitch today. Looks like I may be introducing my first model of non-MT equipment into my network. Didn't really want to do this.
How is this different from PowerBOX Pro? https://mikrotik.com/product/RB960PGS-PB
Just that it's specifically a switch?
I realize I can use a PB Pro as an outdoor gig switch if I am forced. But the advantage of not using a $100 router in places where I need a $40 POE switch should speak for itself. (Yes, I realize the switch in this newsletter is $180, but it's eight ports, for I would have to buy two PB Pros.) I suspect MT could put out a four-port weatherproof POE switch at nearly the same price point as UBNT.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2018 2:25 am
by juliokato
I agree. PB is not IP certificate.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:04 pm
by andriys
I suspect MT could put out a four-port weatherproof POE switch at nearly the same price point as UBNT.
PowerBox Pro is essentially the RB960PGS (hEX PoE) board in an outdoor/weatherproof case. And the former is $20 more expensive ($99) than the latter ($79). Now it appears that a switch similar to PowerBox Pro router would be the RB260GSP ($55.95) in a weatherproof case and with the expected price tag of $55.95+$20=$75.95. I.e. much closer to the PowerBox Pro than to the UBNT offering.

Re: MikroTik News February 2018 (Issue #80)

Posted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:45 pm
by juliokato
When wil Ltap and ltap mini be available?
Is the product not in the product list?
https://mikrotik.com/product/ (not found)
https://www.balticnetworks.com/docs/Mik ... lte_ds.pdf