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cwachs
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Re: wAP 60G experience

Tue May 26, 2020 4:57 am

We use both the dish and the panel SM. All 1G interface gear (not the Lite). Of our two APs having issues, both have 4 clients and of those 4, each have 2 dishes and 2 panels.
 
martineduar
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Re: wAP 60G experience

Sun Jul 26, 2020 1:34 am

Hello,

Any solutions for that problem?(get worse speed for 3 or more clients for Ap)
Anybody has good experience with 8 clients for Ap ir similar?
Will be solved by software? Any alternativa?

Thanks
 
martineduar
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Re: wAP 60G experience

Sat Jan 02, 2021 1:46 am

Any news??

Any good experiencia with 60ghz ptmp?

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marcin21
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Re: wAP 60G experience

Tue Feb 02, 2021 4:41 pm

what is real beam angle of WAP 60Gx3.
looks like it;s only 60 degrees not more?
 
lazna
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Improovement proposal

Sat Feb 13, 2021 12:05 pm

Utilizing LHG60 with less capacity backup link on different waveband, main and backup lines are switched via OSPF. Problem is when weather going bad and decrease LHG60 link quality it start loosing packets but short OSPF packets still going throught and OSPF did not switch to backup line.

Have idea to add some signal level thresholds point to radion configuration on witch packets will no longer been transmited through radio layer. Let say "Lower Thrashold Level - LTL" and "Higher Threshold Level - HTL" could be defined in radio management.

Let say my experiance is on signal 35 the packetloss is 1% but on signal 30 is 10%. Than LTL could be signal 35 but HTL could be signal 40. When signal decreasing and reach LTL, radio link stop forwarding packets and OSPF switch to backup. When signal increasing and reach HTL, radio start packets forwarding again. The difference between HTL and LTL is to avoid oscilating beteen two states when signal floating about the limit.

It could stop only OSPF packets (protocol 89) passthrough on LTL reach, but have no idea if there is a internal mechanism to identify protocol number.

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