I've got two WRAP boards running 2.9.27 and two of the new Ubiquiti SR9 cards. One board is in ap bridge mode while the other is in station mode. They are both sharing the same SSID, Band and Frequency mode. I have even changed the band and frequencys to use every possible combination (the same on each board, of course.) But I can't (I'm using winbox) see any registration between radios, much less get any traffic between them.
Is one (or both) of my radios fried? The same configurations with any other cards: cm9's, sr2's, sr5's would have been working with no problem. Is there a special 900MHz memo that I missed? No one else seems to have had this problem.
BTW, the WRAPs are sitting right next to each other, signal strength shouldn't be a problem...
I had exactly
the same problem with my first SR9's. My SR2's worked fine, just like you. Took me a whole evening of home experimentation to realize that the SR9's will not
work without some kind of antenna! The SR2's will
, but the SR9's won't!
I went to the office, picked up some N-Male 2.4 GHZ rubber duckie antennas, screwed them on to the U.FL N-Female bulkhead connectors, attached them to the "main" antenna connector, and voila! Instant connection! Even though I was using antennas for the "wrong" frequency!
I would also suggest trying channel 2422. There are only 4 channels that work with these cards.