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411 vs 133c

Fri Mar 07, 2008 6:33 pm

Is Mikrotik phasing out the 133c in place of the 411? It appears the 411 board is superior in specs. Is there
a reason to still buy the 133c boards?

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Sat Mar 08, 2008 12:33 am

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Mar 12, 2008 7:17 am

Well, I just bought a bunch of 411's. Hopefully they have good performance.
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Mar 12, 2008 9:05 am

Well, I just bought a bunch of 411's. Hopefully they have good performance.
the RB400 is many many times faster ...
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:47 am

Normis,

what means "many,many times faster"? What can we get with 5G-Turbo bridging?

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:10 pm

I`ve got about real 25 mbps with 5Ghz and nstreme
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:33 am

I really like these boards... one one link I get about 30mb tcp one way

If you only need one ethernet and one radio card this is the way to go.

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Mon Mar 24, 2008 4:55 pm

I really like the throughput on these. These are definitely more powerful than the 133's. Is there a level 4 license version of this card?
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:17 pm

Yes RB411 is every good routerboard I am using it as Ap and station
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Mon Mar 31, 2008 5:01 pm

The RB133c and RB411 have level3, the RB133 has level4. (Level3 CPE no AP) (Level4 CPE and AP)
The RB133c and RB411 have 1 ethernet and 1 miniPCI, the RB133 has 2 etherand 2 miniPCI.

I'm not sure why the RB100's were not marked as RB111 and RB132. And maybe add the L3 and L4 for the level. But then again if the end user upgrade the board to level4 it could get confusing.

I hope to see a RB432 or RB422 with level4 because with the end of the RB532 line the RB333 is the only option and that leaves us looking for a new enclosure. The Pacwireless DCE-7x6x2 @ $20.00 was great. But now we have to upgrade to the QLW DCE-H-LG @ $45.00. Adding $25.00 to the price is not good. And NO I don't want to use any plastic case at all.
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Tue Apr 01, 2008 9:05 am

it's because we used to have a 111 and 112
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Tue Apr 01, 2008 11:56 am

Hello I need to set encryption on my wireless network I am using RB133c and RB411 please how can I get it done



Well, I just bought a bunch of 411's. Hopefully they have good performance.
the RB400 is many many times faster ...
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Apr 02, 2008 12:54 am


the RB400 is many many times faster ...
Very nice :lol: But do they come with a integrated antenna box? (Like the RIC522C). If that is the case I want the new rb411. If not I am afraid we have to stick with the rb133c in the RIC522C option.

Any forecast on this?
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Apr 02, 2008 3:58 am

So are there plans for a level 4 license/3 ethernet version of this card? It would make a very good mini-repeater.

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Apr 02, 2008 6:53 am

Thats like asking if there is an 18 wheeled 800HP diesel version of a vw bug available one day.

No. But there is a RB333 and RB600 that are available that are what you just asked...

And... you can upgrade the license on the RB411 to whatever verison you require.

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Apr 02, 2008 8:58 am

So are there plans for a level 4 license/3 ethernet version of this card? It would make a very good mini-repeater.

Eric
Every product has it's lifetime, so probably you will see many new products this year ...
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Wed Apr 02, 2008 4:21 pm

it's because we used to have a 111 and 112
Yes, but you don't anymore and is the 133's not a replacement for the 112's. It could have been the 111b and 132b.
I guess I just liked the way you'll did the last two numbers for the ethers and slots. :)
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Thu Apr 17, 2008 7:25 pm

I think I spy a level 4 version of the 411. Still only one eth/mpci; but still not bad. Looks like 64MB ram.

http://www.wisp-router.com/wri/itemdesc ... 1A&eq=&Tp=

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Re: 411 vs 133c

Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:01 am

There is also a rb450 and I hear theres a rb433 board with level4.
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Sun May 18, 2008 1:24 pm

have as yet to try two 411's together as a bridge but tests so far tell us we are going to use 411's for backhaul links as they really do push hard for their price and out performing a 333 in this mode with nstreme is a no brainer.
Hey Bill. Did you ever get round to testing a couple of 411's back to back? Seems the 411 outperforms both the old RB532 and the RB333 so going to run some tests to see how close to the RB600 they get on wireless performance.
 
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Re: 411 vs 133c

Mon May 19, 2008 12:01 pm

hi,

yep got two as a 20km link bridge, goes as fast as the radios will go.

CPU doesn't hit full load at all.

could really do with a 412 with the 133 layout (opposing dual mini pci slots), ideal for gateways!

Bill
Single ethernet is a bit of an issue as it would make it difficult to swap out some of our older 532 based AP's and the 433's are just a bit too big. Are the ones on your 20km link 411's or 411a's? Also, are you running NStreme, WDS and turbo on that link as that should really test the CPU ;)

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