we have a working mikrotik and airfiber link of 106km (66 miles) and126 km (79 miles ) passing 150 MB on the airfiber and 70 MB on the mikrotiks (also some bug there) and we are looking for other (less cost) options we tried some cambium epmp 1000 but when i try to configrue the wifi link i never can save more then 65miles or 65 km… that is a bug in the firmware it only shows the error when you try to save it any idea to make it work?
i tried allready abouth 4 different firmwares with no result
antennas are 34 dbi and the links are working, so dont tell me… dont do that
sorry i am new to cambium its the epmp5gps we have, the dishes are ok we get -56 to -59 the problem i am talking is not really hardware its when you try to configure the distance, it wont let you save more than 65 miles or kilometers, i will try the beta software to see if the fixed that bug
I got that it was an epmp1000 but there are two different models of connectorized with GPS. IF you have a LITE model then you are going to have problems with that distance configuration.
The lite models are best used for short ptp and low density service areas.
Considering the max link speeds of the 1000 series, look at a connectorized 3000L and the 3000CSM these can do 300mbps each way if you can get a good clean channel and they do 140miles for the max range configuration.
Those errors are usually either finger troubles or you need to clear your browser cache.
Finger troubles start with not properly clearing the input field or adding spaces.
Try clearing the browser cache too.
There is known quirks with different browsers (this is a JASON thing) so try a different web browser. We use firefox and edge (the new IE) and do not have as many issues with these as with others like chrome, but others on here dont have any troubles with chrome so its hit and miss on particular browsers.
sorry for the late reply, that is definitely a epmp1000 full, the only thing I can see that may be the culprit is the flexible timing. try setting to ptp-tdd and a 50:50 ratio and save then reboot. then try setting the max distance to what you need.
Reason: Out of range: ‘Integer32 (0…65)’
did change to 50:50 ----sorry same result
i wonder if nobody else had this problem i allready send the tech backup file to support as if noboy can make the same error happend …they just have to change the 65 value to 124 in the integer32…
I think I have your solution, I had to swap out a link so I could have the same hardware.
set your frame size to 5ms using ptp-tdd and 50:50 link ratio. once it is set then you can move the link ratio to whatever