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Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:45 pm

I installed one 5GHz omni AP on RB411AH and connected 16x RB411 with 19dbi panel. Each of the sixteen clients has connected 2-4 Axis IP cameras. The Network Video Recorder is at the site with the Omni. This is all short range approximately 1 sq km with power on most radios turned down to 10dbi. The network is WDS bridged 802.11N 40mhz, single chain, single antenna. Here is my results.
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Re: Success Report

Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:48 pm

Also I am using rOS 4.11 nstreme with polling enabled, this type of inbound bandwidth from multiple clients is a testament to the improvement in the nstreme on multipoint with the v4.
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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Fri Dec 31, 2010 10:29 pm

So about 70mbps inbound seems to be the limit of this AP. I jumped the camera settings up to "maximum" which would generate about 3mbps/camera, but the rate per client did not go over 5mbps. I added a second AP (slower 133, but with the same R52N), moved two clients to that AP. Those clients were sending 10mbps each which maxed out the CPU in the 133. When I did that, the main ap stayed at 70mbps but the clients jumped up to 6mbps, so the limit seems to be wireless throughput on the AP.

I will be replacing the second AP (133) with one running the 411AH, to try and get the 39 cameras all their 3mbps.
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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Sat Jan 01, 2011 6:37 pm

great stuff.

can u show us snapshot how u configure your AP and and off course the snap shot of ur Cpe configuration too, any special settings in advance Tab.

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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:34 am

Very good and concrete info. Can we see config of the AP and CPEs?

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Fri Jan 14, 2011 8:28 pm

hey "miahac"

where are u my dear Frd.

kindly tell us how u configure your Ap and your CPE step by step.

yours resluts makes me curious.

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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:18 pm

Great! :)
What about signals? Please show us registration table, thanks.
 
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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Sun Jan 16, 2011 3:56 pm

Great! :)
What about signals? Please show us registration table, thanks.
hahaaaa haaaa..... :lol: well Mr. Miahac is not going to share anything with us...he wanna keep things secret..
 
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Re: Success Report 70mbps rb411ah

Mon Jan 17, 2011 11:24 pm

its normal results with very good signals
This is all short range approximately 1 sq km
So , you can repeat this instalation easy.

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