Downlink RATE: 6072524 bps
Uplink RATE: 5888 bps
Aggregate RATE: 6078412 bps
Pkt Xmt (Act/Exp): 0/0
Pkt Rcv (Act/Exp): 4940/0
Downlink Efficiency: 96 Percent
Downlink Index (Act/Max): 96/100
Frag Count (Act/Exp): 123440/118604
Uplink Efficiency: 99 Percent
Uplink Index (Act/Max): 99/100
Frag Count (Act/Exp): 116/115
Anyone have any idea why this is happening? This is testing with Link Test With MIR Enabled.
With it disable it appears fine. Its causing horrible internet connections.
Downlink RATE: 6072524 bps
5.8 Kbps upload? Nice. Looks like someone typoed the Upstream rate.
Any errors on the RF or Ethernet Stats page?
Whats the download % on the AP?
No typo. uplink/upstream on SM is setup to 1000 kbps. All the SMs currently on this AP have similar issues.
Downlink % on AP is 75%.
Here is the Scheduler tab of the SM, is does contain out of sync errors
Transmit Unicast Data Count : 42535
Transmit Broadcast Data Count : 638
Receive Unicast Data Count : 38659
Receive Broadcast Data Count : 48138
Transmit Control Count : 16
Receive Control Count : 13
In Sync Count : 141
Out of Sync Count : 140
Ok. So the usual suspects. What f/w are you running?
Is it a connectorized AP?
Have you rebooted it?
Running 9.0 on everything.
This is a Last Mile Gear Radio AP with 120 HPOL Antenna. So its all 1 unit.
I believe this actually began to start after I rebooted the unit, but its been rebooted since, attempting to try different things. Sync to Generating Sync, changing anything related to timing.
I’m about the upgrade it the 9.3 to see if a fresh new firmware helps.
Since your running HPOL is it safe to assume this is 900mhz?
VLAN1 wrote: Since your running HPOL is it safe to assume this is 900mhz?
Over 6 Mbps on 900? I'll have some of that! :P
No, Last Mile Gear makes HPOL 5.7 gear, we went this route as their is another WISP using 5.7 canopy in the VPOL arena.
You can also get HPOL Stingers which we primarily use for our antennas.
This has been working great for nearly a year now, until this hiccup.
how many subs and control slots?
thatoneguysteve wrote: how many subs and control slots?
Only 5 on this site currently, luckily, but we have 3 control slots set. This is to match with another canopy WISP in the same area.
I have some new info though. It appears the Link Capacity is lying. We are getting closer to what is normal when doing regular speed tests.
If the link capacity is lying then you probably have “Link test using MIR” set on only one of the devices instead of both. Double check on the SM and AP and make sure your settings match and everything should start displaying properly.
Nope, both enabled. But good idea, i had to double check.