[lime-users] Outdoor Equipment
kleper at kleper.net
Tue Sep 3 14:44:39 UTC 2019
Continuing with this theme, it turns out that in the NuestraRED.org project
we need to purchase several new equipment to improve coverage.
For several years we have been working with Ubiquiti but with the recent
changes in these computers is almost impossible to install OpenWRT on
computers with firmware versions higher than 6.1.7 which is the one that
comes with the new equipment.
That's why we are looking at the possibility of buying MikroTik equipment
but we have never used those equipment and although I see that several are
supported on the list of OpenWRT I want to know if anyone has had
experience with these equipment and can recommend some of these equipment
to me to risk trying them.
The Mikrotik teams that I have seen that can be of use are the following:
MikroTik - RB912UAG-2HPND-OUT
Mikrotik LHG 5 Light Head Grid 5 GHz
MikroTik LHG XL HP5 Dual Chain Extra Large High Power 27dBi 5GHz CPE
MIKROTIK RB911G-5HPND-QRT Mikrotik QRT 5, RB911G-5HPnD-QRT 23dbi 5GHz
I have also reviewed the outdoor range of TP-LINK equipment, but in
Colombia you only get the new versions that are not 100% supported, I have
looked at this equipment
TP-Link CPE610 High Power Outdoor CPE/Access Point
Has anyone had any experience with him?
Also if someone has a guide, how to convert an indoor equipment Dual Band,
an outdoor equipment would be very helpful, on the Internet I have not
found anything, I remember that altermundi people had some guides based on
equipment wdr3600 and other TpLink but I can not find them.
I hope you can help us.
Thank you very much.
El mié., 27 mar. 2019 a las 22:12, Kleper (<kleper en kleper.net>) escribió:
> Someone has tried some of these equipment: Comfast It says they come with
> OpenWRT Installed
> Fernando Castro T
> El mié., 27 mar. 2019 a las 20:19, Daniel Golle (<daniel en makrotopia.org>)
>> On Thu, Mar 28, 2019 at 02:08:23AM +0100, Pau wrote:
>> > Thanks for the info Daniel, you should make a monthly report to the
>> > mailing list regarding new hardware stories :)
>> > I found this very nice solution
>> > That looks quite a better (and cheaper) choice rather than the
>> > Mikrotik+MT7612E
>> Well, it only 100MBit/s fast Ethernet while 802.11AC can do
>> significantly more throughput... This is sad, because rather then
>> giving it 3 FastEthernet ports they should have added a external
>> RGMII phy and just a single Gigabit Ethernet port (the MT7620A chip
>> would potentialls support that). Also the board in the photo doesn't
>> have external PA/LNA populated and therefore will not have very good
>> > However maybe there is not (yet) OpenWRT target. It would be nice to
>> > have it :) Please, report back any advice regarding this board.
>> > Cheers.
>> > On 27/3/19 21:33, Kleper wrote:
>> > > Hello,
>> > >
>> > > I write to ask in the list that brand and references of equipment
>> > > designed to work outdoors can recommend me different from the brand
>> > > Ubiquiti because for a couple of months we have been having trouble
>> > > changing the firmware to this brand computers that are supposedly
>> > > compatible but come with a new firmware version and do not allow the
>> > > installation of libreMesh.
>> > >
>> > > I hope you can give us more information about it.
>> > >
>> > > Thank you.
>> > >
>> > > Fernando Castro T
>> > >
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