[Battlemesh] recommendations for 40Km Link / OpenWRT on ubnt ath9k hw ? / AirMax

Pau pau at dabax.net
Tue Mar 25 14:48:33 CET 2014

Did u configure de distance option? In my experience it has a huge impact. In a 15km  link placed on the middle of Barcelona, airmax and ath9k perform similar.

On 25 de marzo de 2014 14:35:32 CET, Musti <musti at wlan-si.net> wrote:
>The setup we had running with AirMax for about a year:
>AP on a mountain, about 5 clients around in 20km radius. With AirMax
>throughput was about 10times what we get now with openwrt, with
>significantly more packet loss. Prior to that we found out that AirOS
>without AirMax is comparable to openwrt.
>On 25 Mar 2014, at 14:18, Laurent GUERBY <laurent at guerby.net> wrote:
>> On Tue, 2014-03-25 at 13:52 +0100, Musti wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> in wlan slovenia network we are slowly looking at migrating from
>>> to openwrt for UBNT devices, however the tests for now show that
>>> performs worse then UBNT AirMax. The difference is rather small in
>>> links, however fails horribly at PtM as there is no TDMA.
>> Hi,
>> We tested with and without AirMax and found out not much differences
>> except in certain case (colocation of close antennas) AirMax
>> wasn't working at all (horrible bandwidth performance, slow to access
>> web admin). In the end we've been running AirOS without AirMax for a
>> while now both PtP and PtM
>> Do you have detailed performance results with and without AirMax ?
>> Sincerely,
>> Laurent
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