we have a PTP Link (nv2) with two RB SXTs. Distance is about 400m, LOS, CCQ 99-100%. (Total) Signal strenght is -57dB (chain0 is ~4-5dB better than chain1). The link is working great. We run a (limited to 95M in both directions) bandwidth test thru the two SXTs and everything is working fine. We reach 100% of the bandwith (95Mbps). Then suddenly (after some hours) the link dropped (the AP shows a "control frame timeout" and the Client also shows a "control frame timeout"). The noisefloor is -115dB, there are only 3 5Ghz networks in our area but on other channels. There is no overlapping in the frequency).
I have no idea what is causing this disconnect that is only happening (as i can see) during high load on the link.
i'm testing two rb sxt and i can reach 95/100 mbit in UDP...
But what is the real throughput in tcp?
I'm testing a wireless p2p link of 250/300 meter( bridge-->station bridge ) but i can't reach more than 40 Mbit in tcp. ( transfering files from a pc directly connected to SXT 1 and another one conneccted to SXT 2 )
The link quality is very good, it's about -44/48 db
Both chain are aligned to 300Mbit...
200 mbit reported from mikrotik are in udp ? ( 100 up and 100 down ? )
Router os version is 5.12