Sorry for the confusion regarding alignment. We will shortly be releasing updated software with an alignment tool for streamlining this process.
Firstly, could you please clarify what you mean by the backside of the DN?
Do you have access to the user guide? The alignment procedure is explained in the installation section (chapter 5).
Do you have the precision bracket fitted to the V3000? Please note the bracket can be installed in either orientation depending on which side of the pole is optimal.
If you plan to align the V3000 today and without an alignment scope or tube, you should be able to do so providing the installer is able to get a clear view from behind the unit. The following image was taken by me during a visual alignment of a V3000 to V3000 link at 1250m:
You should be able to see there is a building centered in the middle of the sight.
Please bare in mind, the unit will perform an optimal beam selection during link acquisition. Once the link has acquired, this beam selection will remain static. Therefore, once alignment is complete, I would recommend bouncing the wireless link to trigger a beam selection in the final aligned state. To bounce the link, perform a dis-association & re-association via the Topology - Links page.
When the link is idle (not transmitting data), the modulation mode will drop to MCS9 and the transmit power will back off. Therefore, following alignment, to gain a realistic picture of power levels and performance vs LINKPlanner, please transmit data across the link.