I just looked at that Resources for a 532. 2 Ports are VIA Technologies. The 3rd is Integrated Device Technologies.
Network Design, Installation and Administration
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From: Brian Rohrbacher <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Fri, 15 Sep 2006 09:20:58 -0400
Subject: Re: [WISPA] MT power supplies THE SOLUTION
> I started with.... RB 532 on tower. It comes down 265 feet to poe
> injector to router. Major packet loss.
> 2) switched RB 532 out. No change.
> 3) Created test setup on ground with "bad board" and it looked fine.
> (from laptop--6ft cable----poe----265 ft---RB)
> 4) Blamed it on the cable, and got a cable certifier from a friend.
> 5) Right before climb, I re did the test setup on the ground. This
> time I plugged the 265 feet into the actual router instead of my
> laptop. The problen was back. (I was bummed)
> 6) One final test. Get another 265 foot cable. I used 265ft for power
> and 265ft for data to eth 2 or 3.
> Problem solved.
> I can only speculate that the chipset on RB 532 poe port is diffrent
> from the chipset on eth 2/3.
> And for whatever reason it was not compatable with cable, hardware,
> I may never know for sure why, but I have the workaround. Good enough
> for me.
> FWIW I ended up pulling 2 new cables (all 3 certified fine). I used
> the original cable for data (it has "real" shield) I used my new 2
> (cheapo foil shield) for power and slapped the other into eth3 for the
> heck of it.
> Lessons learned for next time.
> Measure cable, crimp, and power up on ground using the EXACT same
> everything as what the final deployment will have. And then test.
> Hope that sums it all up.
> Ok to directly answer your question. Yes. I did this on the ground
> test unit.
> Paul Hendry wrote:
> >Just out of interest, did you try running both power and data over the new
> >cable and did you still see the same issue?
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> >From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> >Behalf Of Brian Rohrbacher
> >Sent: 15 September 2006 02:43
> >To: WISPA General List
> >Subject: Re: [WISPA] MT power supplies THE SOLUTION
> >First off. I'm back to a 48v 420mA power supply.
> >To the solution.
> >I ran another cat5 up the tower and plugged it into the RB 532.
> >Now I have one cable for poe and one cable for data, and it all works fine.
> >And check this. My headache went away as soon as the problem did. :)
> >Problem solved. NEXT!
> >Tom DeReggi wrote:
> >>Amps don't mean a thing without disclosing Volts, Consider Watts
> >>instead. 1300mA at 3V is much different than 1300mA at 18V.
> >>The mPCI slot (SR5) is 3.3V. Power to the Motherboard is from
> >>12-48V. W=V*A
> >>Tom DeReggi
> >>RapidDSL & Wireless, Inc
> >>IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband
> >>----- Original Message ----- From: "Mark McElvy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >>To: "WISPA General List" <email@example.com>
> >>Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 8:19 AM
> >>Subject: RE: [WISPA] MT power supplies
> >>I am surprised no one has mentioned this. I looked up power consumption
> >>on the SR5 and it shows 800 to 1300 mA each. You state your power supply
> >>is 700mA. I did not look up power consumption for the RB532 but I would
> >>think you would need at least a 3A supply.
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
> >>Behalf Of Brian Rohrbacher
> >>Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 11:51 AM
> >>To: WISPA General List
> >>Subject: Re: [WISPA] MT power supplies
> >>So, does anyone know if it looks like I would be fine on the power side
> >>of things?
> >>I have tweaked the ethernet port settings for no gain.
> >>Next step is to get climbing 280ft to replace board, but I'd like to
> >>confirm power first.
> >>Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
> >>>I have a RB 532 on 300 foot of cat 5 with 2 sr5.
> >>>I'm using poe 48v .700a power supply.
> >>>I'm seeing weirdness.
> >>>Do I have enough "juice"
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