Throw up a webcam and start a virtual zoo... maybe even start a TV seriesAt another tower site, there is a hole in the floor (50 year old building) where snakes come and go. Snakes love my Alvarion radios laying on the rack shelves. The warm metal cases must be nice to curl up with, since the radios have a good coating of dried snake sh** on them. This site also gets wasps in the roof once in a while. We are getting rid of that shack next summer and have a new prefab wooden shed for everything.
yes, just like the normal Routerboard outdoor cases do. The hole is on the bottomHi,
Holes are fine, except they should be put in a location or designed in such a way that water does not enter the unit when the antenna is pointing downwards.....
Probably the boot for the cat5 was too tight. We leave it a little loose so the box can breathe.we are also suffering problems with routerboard outdoor boxes. The problem started after some days of heavy rain. Some of the AP started to have a very bad ethernet connection.
After disconnecting the RJ45 from the box we found it was filled with water. Now the question is: Where does that water found the way in the box? Is it possible that condesation also finds the way out on the RJ45 plug?
Its is quite difficult that the water came into the joint on the protection cause we seal it with an tape.
We are really worried about this because we suppose all routerboards outdoor boxes will cause this problem sooner than later if we can't find a solution.
Anyone had this problem and found a solution?
Thanks in advance
----i have dead MT box cause many ants were die into the mainboard.Don't worry about insects, I found dead spiders and some unknown organisms inside MT last year, they are still there cause I didn't want to touch it
That MT still works without problem
Sorry, but I don't know what's the boot. Do you mean it is necesary to permit air flow in the RJ45 protection?
Probably the boot for the cat5 was too tight. We leave it a little loose so the box can breathe.
-----I still can't imagine how water can get into your case, if the holes are on the bottom of it. It was actually proven to be the opposite - that any closed casing must breathe in order not to start condensating because of the heat generated by the routerboard