Just keep in mind that Mikrotik RouterOS does not support antenna diversity. Your best bet is to use nStreme2 with 2 wireless interfaces, one interface to send, another interface to receive. this way you will achieve full duplex.We will deploy a solution with antennas for both send and receive and use diversity.
I loose 1ms per hop, that would be 15 for 15 hops. My network counts 10 hops max. and the ping time from the far end is 10-11ms to my main gateway, even when plenty of traffic goes around.10-15 routed hops will create problems...
Well, it was when I checked this morning. Now it is a bit slower. But I have also seen above 300ms. It fluctuates pretty much. It is prime time now here in Spain. So internet backbone might be a bit slower then during the day.WirelessRudy you are very much right about it. And BTW your ping latency to google is 95ms? We use SEA-ME-WE 4 link to our country but never heard that kind of little ping latency to the web, here we get 250-350 ms to most of the web sites.
I'll come to his aid on this one. I don't see any point in routing a 15 hop PtP link. And what if he is using RIP.I would also like to know about these problems I must be having and don't know about....What are you basing this gem of advanced network design information on?10-15 routed hops will create problems...
Who said RIP Tom?
I'll come to his aid on this one. I don't see any point in routing a 15 hop PtP link. And what if he is using RIP.
Hi guys,traceroute typically only goes 30 hops, however the internet will route up to the TTL. TTL on many boxes is 64 or 128 or 255. You could be extra safe and change the TTL to a higher one on the way out, but probably not necessary really.