> 
> While they do an ok job w/ wireless, IMO, their strength is more the
> convenience coming from the integration of multiple packages and its
> flexibility rather than the performance of any single feature
> 
> If you're looking at purely a "wireless" solution (in this "do-it-yourself"
> genre) -- you need to include Star-OS / Ikarus in your evaluation (but then,
> documentation gets a bit sparse there...)
> 
> -Charles


Mikrotik provides an advanced wireless solution that Star-Os /Ikarus DO NOT, in
several different ways, 1st, they provide a polling solution for PTMP (nstream)
and they also provide an FDX solution for PTP using Nstream2, this is all with
the same hardware/radio's.  2nd, using the additional features of the L3, you
can load balance across 2 radio's for a faster HDX solution ( maybe this could
be done w/ star-os/ikarus, not sure)

And there is more you can do by combining those 2 solutions.

Dan


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