It was definitely the surge suppressor. I took the one out of in-line at
the bottom and errors went away. I had tried to put one up top, but
couldn't get the A5 to even power up with it inline, so there isn't one
present up there anyhow.
Now, how do I determine which version I'm getting? I have a few of the
earlier versions sitting around that it appears are not going to work well
for this application. Strangely, I have a Ceragon running gigabit through
the same version with no problems at all.
On Sat, Jun 9, 2018 at 6:55 PM, Chuck McCown <ch...@wbmfg.com> wrote:
> Surge suppressors can certainly cause this.
> Sent from my iPhone
> > On Jun 9, 2018, at 2:58 PM, George Skorup <george.sko...@cbcast.com>
> > What suppressors?
> >> On 6/9/2018 3:23 PM, Jason McKemie wrote:
> >> I have a A5C that is giving me grief. I'm getting hundreds of Rx FCS
> errors on the Mikrotik when I'm running gigabit, if I force it to 100 fdx,
> the Rx FCS errors stop, but Rx Code errors start incrementing instead.
> I've always gotten some amount of Rx FCS errors from Mimosa A5/A5C units,
> but not nearly this many. It's starting to have an effect on service on
> the sector.
> >> Any ideas what I should look at? Some people were claiming that
> putting something like a Netonix in between the Mimosa and the Mikrotik
> solved their issues, but I'm wondering if the surge suppressors are
> creating an issue as well.
> >> -Jason