2 Miles? That's all? The farthest we've gotten is 27 on some old Tranzeo
2.4 gear. It's now been replaced with StarOS, but we're still getting 20
miles, and probably more. What antennas are you using? I'm assuming
you've got a really cluttered spectrum?
Barry at Mutual Data wrote:
15 miles!!!!!! HAHAHAHA I wish I was so lucky. We are ecstatic if we
get 2 miles with 2.4Ghz.
We can hardly do 3 miles at times with 900mhz.
IIRC, 802.11 timed out at about 11 miles and StarOS had adjusted those
settings. Not sure what Mikrotik has done, although nstreme may
Wednesday, September 20, 2006, 2:22:32 PM, you wrote:
MK> I use 11b mode for most of my clients. I have 3 routerboard 112's in long
MK> distance shots, and I'm sorely disappointed at the performance. Compared
MK> to Star-OS, the throughput is down about 40%. Two clients just one house
MK> apart, and about 15 miles from the AP show dramatic performance differences.
MK> The RSSI is the same for both, btw. One, with compression and other
MK> atheros features enabled will pass 1200KB of compressible data, around
MK> 520-540KB of non-compressible data. Right next door, the best I can
MK> achieve through the RB112 is around 350KB. I see this dramatic deficit in
MK> ALL my MT installs, in that none of them which are over 15 miles will come
MK> anywhere near the throughput of the WRAP / Star-OS client. All are CM9
MK> I've looked through everything I can find, and checked the "compression" box
MK> in the appropriate place (using winbox) but the performance is about the
MK> same as my compex boards's original firmware, which i judged to be
MK> Am I missing something? Is this just a setting problem or ???
MK> Any help appreciated.
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MK> email me at mark at neofast dot net
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