Post subject: Re: RouterBOARD 333 AND RouterBOARD 1000 - a preview ?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 10:50 pm
Joined: Wed Apr 26, 2006 2:21 am
Location: Kentucky, USA
Here's some more news from mum. These boards look awesome btw..
new router boards will only work with version 3 due to the new ppc architecture
RB333 has 64 megs of ram, 0-30volt input, 2-3x faster than RB532 at 400mhz
RB192 with 9 ethernet ports and 2 mini pci, rest is same as RB133
new daughter board for RB500/600 series has 16 ethernet ports, don't know if its just a switch or shown as 16 ethernet ports. someone asked the question and their response was "yes".. Will be interesting to see..
2 new in development products but "nothing is set in stone"
RB800 with mini pci express and mini pci slots.. "also will be very fast"
RB400 gigabit ap..
They also mentioned something about some of the new boards using a common screw layout to make things easier for us in the future..
I will try to post pictures of the slides soon as I get a chance.. (leaving for the airport in a few)
I am not sure what you are looking at. It has never been $440 on our site.RB800 have unreal high price 440$(I see it on roc-noc.com)
miniITX motherboard with dual core CPU Intel Atom 1.6GHz + 512DDR2 = 100$
power suply+POE 70$
RB/14 = 30$
L5 license 95$
They have shipped from Mikrotik and we should have them in stock on either Friday the 18th or next Monday the 21st.When in December, now that December is here
Fan is optional. We have a RB800 here running bandwidth test for 4 hours, FAN is off. It works fine, although the temperature is a bit high. We changed the heatsink to a little bigger one, and it's now completely normal.It's a shame it uses a fan, thus we will never buy any.
Is that larger heatsink an option?Fan is optional. We have a RB800 here running bandwidth test for 4 hours, FAN is off. It works fine, although the temperature is a bit high. We changed the heatsink to a little bigger one, and it's now completely normal.It's a shame it uses a fan, thus we will never buy any.
You should make Fanless as standard. I never would buy a RB for an outdoor AP with Fan.Not currently, but maybe you can figure something out if you ask our sales dept.
Hello BartoszP! thank you very much for your prompt assistance to me. I really heartily appreciate. Actually, why i was looking for RB800 board because it was using four radio cards and extra radio cards on daughter board which seems good option to use single RB with many PtP/PtMP radio links to different site locations. As per my project requirement i need 6-8 PtP long range 15km plus links at differently located remote sites from one base station site. And there is no such RB in the market which can provide Maximum of 8 radio (wlan) links from a single RB such as was available with single RB800. I hope you understand my concern and assist me further if you know such newly launched single RB equipment from Mikrotik as per my intended wireless networking project. Thanks.Oh, boy .... 7 years old thread ... do you really want to use such old device ... look for new equipment with guarantee