Canopy 2.4 perfomance


I have a Canopy 2,4 without BAM. I am using to make one link point the point. I only have 1 AP and 1 SM. The problem is the performance. Link does not exceed 400Kbps.

My information.:
Session Status List

LUID: 002 : MAC: 0a-00-3e-20-47-27 State: IN SESSION (Encrypt Active)
Software Version : CANOPY 7.3.6 Oct 24 2005 12:06:56
Software Boot Version : CANOPYBOOT 3.0
FPGA Version : 051104 (DES) P8
Session Timeout: 21, AirDelay 78 (approximately 0.72 miles (3822 feet))
Session Count: 84, Reg Count 82, Re-Reg Count 47
RSSI (Avg/Last): 1374/1359 Jitter (Avg/Last): 5/3 Power Level (Avg/Last): -45/-46
DnRate(SM): 3500 DnLimit(SM): 20000 UpRate(SM): 3500 UpLimit(SM): 20000 (kbit)

Session Status REGISTERED
Registered AP 0a-00-3e-20-93-b8
RSSI 2071 (-49 dBm)
Jitter 1
Air Delay 78 (approximately 0.72 miles (3822 feet))

How I make to increase perfomance?

Best Regards,
Michel Marinho

How does your link test look from your sm to your ap ? how do you have your ap config.

It also looks like you may have alot of noise in the area. have you tried different freq in the ap to improve the connection.

The test.

Stats for LUID: 2 Test Duration: 10 Pkt Length: 1522
Downlink RATE: 3382886 bps
Uplink RATE: 685772 bps
Downlink Efficiency: 69 Percent
Max Downlink Index: 96
Actual Downlink Index: 66
Expected Frag Count: 66072
Actual Frag Count: 99925
Uplink Efficiency: 100 Percent
Max Uplink Index: 97
Actual Uplink Index: 97
Expected Frag Count: 13394
Actual Frag Count: 13741

any ideas?

I see you only have 69% on your down load test. Use the spectrum analyzer, see if you have a cleaner freq. your power level is very good at -49 but if the noise is -44 it’s not so good.

look for a freq channel that is -60 or better you can use 2415,2435 or 2457.

if there is not a clean channel you could try a reflector to help cut out some of the noise. Or if it is just a point to point get a used backhaul off ebay

your downlink effeciency is the problem, u should try different frequencies and do a link test after each test to see if you can get both uplink & downlink efficiency to 100% or close by.