It is a little frustrating. It would be nice to know the status of 802.11N with mikrotik. This post for instance has been up on the boards for 5 days now, you would think one of the mikrotik guys could chime in here and let us know that they are working on it, maybe give us a time frame, etc.
When you don't hear anything about it, it makes you assume the worse. Maybe it's broke and they don't know how to fix it? Who knows?
Seems there is some specializing in the WISP market now.
MT does a great job in Routing/Management of the core network
which they make great progress (OSPF/BGP is very stable now).
450G gives a good tower switch/router and 1000 is a rock solid smart
Backbonerouter. But MT works low priority on wireless (if at all).
U... seems to specialize on Cheap wireless 11n AP/Gear for
the last mile but needs MT to build a network. Nevertheless
it feels not production quality right now. But has some good
understanding what kind of gear a Wisp wants to see at the
customer/ap side. I believe MT und U... should work together.
High Volume PTP Links are best done with licensed gear or
specialized license exempt gear. Using such equipment now
I feel safe. It's expensive but just works exactly as promised.
No problems with interference on Backhaul links is a great
Baseline: I no longer wait for 11n from MT.