For a campus wireless network (~30K people), I'm researching the
possibly of creating a seamless roaming solution using using Redback to
be the endpoint for approximately 500-1000 L2TP tunnels using BCP
(bridge control protocol) encapsulation
http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2661.txt (L2TPv2, not
I have a ptp400, that is a full link and am able to get 19.80mb/s each way. Is
there a way to adjust throuput from the master to the slave, like there is in
an ap/sm setup? My goal would be to get it 25-30 down to the slave and 15-10
from slave to master. Thanks for any help on this.
We get one of those every winter =(
Stupid grid antennas are the bane of my existence. Dishes, Trango's and
ARC's enclosures don't care, thankfully!
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only way to
I need a few 5 gig omni's for use in small neighborhood.
In the past I used the pac wireless 5 gig omni's rated at 12db.
What else is there, I'd like to try something new.
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While nothing is more reliable then a person actually being there, you could
look at something IP related. I know there are thermometers used in NOCs to
warn techs the temperature is too high, I would expect the opposite being
we are considering to move to licensed frequencies for back hauling and
therefore some hints would be really appreciated. We are looking at 2
main manufacturers (Ceragon/Dragonwave) so the problem is which one
fits better for our needs?
Just to summarize:
a) links are around 20-25
DragonWave has their Horizon Duo, which is a split mount system. If you
enable the second radio in the unit you take a pretty TX power hit though.
No 6ghz radio though, which you will want at 20-25 miles. I had a ton of
problems with my 2 Airpair 11Ghz links. Knock on wood, they have been
Take a look at the Trango GigaLink and APEX radios. They make both an
IDU/ODU and just an ODU option.
We just installed the APEX 18ghz systems. At one location we used the
fiber option and it works great. You can contact them directly
(www.trangobroadband.com) or contact Charles @ CTI. They
Out here we're working on connecting a spud shed with the same needs.
industrial HVAC systems should handle this via the internet by texting
and/or emailing people.
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