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Redmor
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Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 10:51 am

Someone has got a Bible that says how to get best performance with Nv2?
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:23 pm

Try auto tdma 55 fixdownlink auto mcs and re. Ptmp. Ptp - tdma 2ms mcs on what you have.
 
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:35 pm

It would be a useful tutorial directly from Mikrotik
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 3:39 pm

It would be a useful tutorial directly from Mikrotik
I really want to see a tutorial from MK, I think everyone would love to see it.
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 3:40 pm

Try auto tdma 55 fixdownlink auto mcs and re. Ptmp. Ptp - tdma 2ms mcs on what you have.
Except for fixed-downlink 55 I've tried dynamic downlink 80% tdma period 3ms and other settings default, but I can't see improvements, especially in noisy cases.
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:12 pm

55 hold ping time safe.
 
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Re: Nv2 best performance

Sat Sep 29, 2018 11:57 pm

It would be a useful tutorial directly from Mikrotik
I really want to see a tutorial from MK, I think everyone would love to see it.
Unfortunately it would be almost impossible. No two networks are the same. What is best for me might be rubbish for you. The default settings are a good starting point but rarely the best. As a rule of thumb I find the less thinking the AP has to do the better. I always start with the obvious ie frequency selection then start to fine tune the radio. The less wireless rates the radio has to choose from the better. The less bands the better ie only n is better that a/n . You get the idea. It's a case of trial and error till you find the sweet spot for your radio. Can take a bit of time but worth the effort. Despite what you read, NV2 is very nice on ptmp providing it is finely tuned

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