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How to Achieve over 1 Gbps with PTP820 product?

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Re: How to Achieve over 1 Gbps with PTP820 product?

which switch you are using? can you share more detials on switch setting?

 

also if you have MC-ABC group, the capacity is lmited to 1 Gbps, you will not get 1.3 Gpbs.

 

To do 1.3 Gpbs, you shall delete  the   MCABC group.

 

Regards

 

Allen

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Re: How to Achieve over 1 Gbps with PTP820 product?

We are setting up a 1.2 Gbps link for the first time and are curious about the management IP address (Platform/Management/Networking/Local) configuration

 

I see under Ethernet/Services the MNG service ID 257 is Operational. If I check the Service Points for this ID 257, I see that it is tied to Ethernet: Slot 1 port 1 and Radio: Slot 2 port 1.

 

Does this mean we lose management if this ethernet interface is lost, but the radio still passes traffic on interface two?

 

What's the best course of action? If we add the other interfaces to the service point, might that cause IP conflicts? Should we set up a second management interface with a different IP address?

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Re: How to Achieve over 1 Gbps with PTP820 product?

It looks like you might be using in-band management.

 

Check out this discussion here: http://community.cambiumnetworks.com/t5/Licensed-Microwave/PTP-820-in-band-management/m-p/64804

 

and here: http://community.cambiumnetworks.com/t5/Licensed-Microwave/How-do-I-enable-PTP-820-in-band-managemen...

 

Please look at the attachment as well, and pay attention to the very last page.

 

I hope this helps!

 

Dave