I know this is different but I thought it might be of interest. I was just 
playing with an Bullet M2 and couldn't get my Macbook Pro (802.11n capable) to 
connect unless I switched from the default 40MHz channel and use the 20MHz 
channel.

Greg
On Dec 18, 2009, at 12:52 PM, Data Technology wrote:

> I have not used any UBNT M series units yet so I have a couple of questions.
> 
> Is an NS M5 compatible with Mikrotik 802.11N or does it have to be used 
> with the Rocket M basestation?
> Can it be used with Mikrotik 802.11A?
> 
> LaRoy McCann
> Data Technology
> 
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