[Mikrotik] PTP N MIMO - Anyone have a good combo?

Mike Lyon mike.lyon at gmail.com
Fri Sep 17 14:13:37 CDT 2010


You could always use two UBNT Rocket M5s too and use the dual pol antennas
you have already.

-Mike


On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Randy Cosby <dcosby at infowest.com> wrote:

>  I don't think RC1 is available yet.  You could run it fine with 5.0B6 or
> 4.11 in Nstreme mode, they work fine with WDS now.  NV2 doesn't work with
> WDS yet, however.  Hopefully 5.0B7 will fix that (I refuse to believe it's
> time for a release candidate yet!)
>
> Randy
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> On 9/17/2010 12:35 PM, Bill Prince wrote:
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>>
>> I think we're going to put together a 5GHz PTP N/MIMO link.  Should be
>> easy, we've got a 4 mile link, good LOS, and we're using 2' dual-polarity
>> dishes.
>>
>> I would just like to avoid re-inventing the wheel, and wanted to poll the
>> list to see what combinations work.  For RouterOS, it looks like 5.RC1 would
>> be the ticket.  How hard is that to get my hands on?
>>
>> Also, have they ironed out the bugs in pseudo-bridge and/or WDS?  If this
>> PTP link could run as a transparent bridge, that would be ideal.
>>
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