I had a AP with clients dropping out twice daily and re-associating using 4.13 + NV2 solved that – well done Mikrotik
However I will repeat a comment i made before, for those of us who are trying to run a WISP business, reliability is of primary concern, performance is secondary, and I don’t want to waste my time on equipment which spec stating great performance but after a lot of time spent trying to achieve this performance, discover possible incompatibility issues?
It would be great if Mikrotik would test an actual kit, for example:
A PTP link of “X” kilometres at “Y” speed used for this test were item A (list), item B (list), item C (list) with RB board (?) + ROS version (?) and config (?),
To summarise Mikrotik need to recommend or offer “integrated kit solutions”, rather than the present system of “mix & match”, (maybe Mikrotik are working on this already if so inform us) I would expect if this was done manufacturers not listed initially would conduct their own tests and came back with solutions using Mikrotik, I don’t see the reason why we should spend our time and in most cases without the necessary test equipment, purchase antenna “A” with radio card “B” and Mikrotik RB board (?) +ROS Version (?) and config (?) and hope it will work as expected?
As some of the issues maybe a combination of software and hardware, I stand to be corrected.
Network 100% MT for Now?