Mmm... I don't think so... and I'd like not to have any repeaters (because it's simpler to deploy and mantain). Maybe I can find a different link that doesn't have a hill in between.First things first you need to find a path between these two locations. Are you able to put a repeater on the hill in between these two sites?
You can easily make a link with that much bandwidth with Mikrotik equipment. You don't need to use PC's
In terms of what?but with routerboards you will have better support and compatibility
20-30Mbfs full duplex? I don't know why, but I... feel... that two pcs would be more appropriate. My doubts are about the difficulties of deployng the outdoor...Ciao Gianni, 35 km point to point with 20-30 Mbps trhoughput is possible with mikrotik Routerboard's.
Yopu don't need use Pc's and you don't need to spend 40000 euro maybe 4000 euro
You must see if there is perfect Line Of Sight from Point To Point.
How frequency do you want use ? 2.4 ghz ? 5 Ghz ?
how many routerboards do you want to use ?
I realized (in sicily) a 35 km point to point link 2.5 Ghz, with two routerboards RB133, two panel antenna 19 db, two miniPCI R52H : real trhoughput was 9 Mbit, very stable, excellent for Internet connection or continuos traffic like audio video streaming.
If do you want more more bandwith you must use 29 db antennas, RB333 or RB600, and you can use more points of raising.
For example I realized point to point 50 km with 24 Mbit real trhoughput: first point to point 15 km (two Rb333+panel 23db+R52), second point to point 22 km(two Wrap2 + SR5 + grid28 db), third point to point 12 Km (Two RB333 + R52 + panel 22db). great work and I have fixed 24 Mbit of traffic ever from 24 hour every day.
Ciao Gianni facci sapere !!!
9 Mbit woudn't be enough in my case...I realized (in sicily) a 35 km point to point link 2.5 Ghz, with two routerboards RB133, two panel antenna 19 db, two miniPCI R52H : real trhoughput was 9 Mbit, very stable, excellent for Internet connection or continuos traffic like audio video streaming.
Ciao Gianni facci sapere !!!
Yeees, I mean link 35 km point to point RB133 + R52h + panel 19db + 9 Mbit trhoughput + very stable link with total cost less 200 euro !!! (scusa se è poco !!!)20-30Mbfs full duplex? I don't know why, but I... feel... that two pcs would be more appropriate. My doubts are about the difficulties of deployng the outdoor...
I think Mikrotik would also help us, as we are going to spend a lot of money of their equipment (for the other links). Am i wrong?
40.000€ is for the whole net (a network to be used as a wisp in a little village in province of Salerno).
You realized a point to point link at 2.5Ghz and the real throughput was 9Mbit... I need 20Mbit, full-duplex.
I'm Mikrotik certified but I don't work for P.A./private. You can ask here http://www.mikrotik.com/consultants.html - Italy section - Chiamali, loro potranno toglierti ogni dubbio e consigliarti al meglio.What is your experience in wireless networks based on Mikrotik products? We are looking for a good designer to help us for the project of the wisp we are going to set up.
Yes, I was oriented to nstreme 2...yea, he was using a 133 tho. A 333 or 600 should handle that just fine. I got 20+ mbps from two RB411 in turbo just using the boards bandwidth test. I was CPU limited. If memory serves, I got 12 down and 19 up in btest at the same time. You will probably have too much signal loss over that distance to go turbo, but Nstreme 2 on a 333 or 600 will take care of that quite nicely and use less power, create less heat, etc, than a PC.