Jason wrote: > I have a difficult question for the list. I was testing my 1st > routerboard/mikrotik ap this evening with terrible results. Let me give > you the rundown of what I have and what has happened.
[ snip: a fairly typical kinda setup ] Forgive me for going through all the really obvious newbie stuff, but the sooner we can rule it out, the sooner we can get to the juicy stuff. :) Are the three APs on the same channel, or three different channels? And are they using the same SSID or different ones? Also, did you make sure your rootenna was correctly polarized to point to the AP? > One other thing which might be the cause is that while I was setting up > the mikrotik/routerboard I activated the 3 cm9 radios not realizing that > they were set for the 5 Ghz band. They were probably like that for an > hour until I got to that part of the setup. Perhaps something is wrong > now or are the cm9's forgiving? That shouldn't be a problem. The CM9 will change over to the new frequency pretty much immediately, and I can't imagine how running the AP on the wrong channel would have damaged the coax run or the antenna. (Not saying it's impossible, just very unlikely IMO.) David Smith MVN.net -- WISPA Wireless List: email@example.com Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives: http://lists.wispa.org/pipermail/wireless/