airFiber 2.0 release is here

by Ubiquiti Employee on ‎04-03-2014 08:55 AM

Hi guys,

airFiber software version 2.0 is here, you can download it from here:

Version 2.0 (March 28, 2014)
New Features:
- Initial support for AF5/AF5u
- added multicast filtering
- added GIGE carrier follows RF link functionality
- added Link up-time display
- added Remote MAC address display
- added Remote IP address display

- Obsoleted ability to read AES key from MIB
- reorganized Main Page to simplify installation
- distance reads in Km/Miles if 1 or greater
- receive power graphs scale with link distance
- reorganized Advanced Page
- changed flow control verbage

- Fixed GIGE Carrier issue that required unit to be rebooted after enabling
- Fixed Power limit issues for some ETSI regions
- Fixed Rx power display issues for ETSI/ACMA regions
  This addressed an ETSI/ACMA issue where the received power displayed 
  values that were 5dB too high. While the rx display is now correct, 
  the actual tx power has not changed. Link performance should not be
- Fixed SNMP MIB issue found by openNMS
- Modified Ethernet transciever programming to address CRC errors

- removed Temperature readings
- updated airOS-F logo
- changed GUI references from Config port to Management(MGMT) Port
- reorganized code for AF5 support

on ‎04-03-2014 05:31 PM

Why remove temperature readings? I don't actually have any airFiber links yet (waiting for AF5!) but it seems like an odd thing to remove?

on ‎04-03-2014 05:41 PM

I believe Chuck posted somewhere about the reading not even being accurate, and it was more for their use then the consumers. I forgot exactly where that post was and i'm too lazy to search Man Happy

‎04-07-2014 06:55 PM - edited ‎04-07-2014 08:16 PM

the Version 2.0 posted in the DOWNLOADS area fails checksum and image upload!

Trying to upload from V1.5 and I get BAD IMAGE FILE.



The AIRFIBER section now shows AF5 and AF24, I found out I downloaded the AF5 and not AF24.
all is okay now.



on ‎04-22-2014 07:06 AM

Re temperature readings,


I have an AF24 and a SAF side by side in an enclosed space where heating is a major concern.

The SAF shows 44 degC, The AF running v1.5 shows 48 degC.


I can more easily accept an inaccurate reading than no reading at all, perhaps just put a caveat in the GUI (or calibrate the readings!)



on ‎04-26-2014 12:39 PM

I think it should be temperature readings; why did you UBNT guys get it out of the GUI?
I love temperature readings!Man Tongue

on ‎02-02-2015 04:33 AM

Can temperature still be read over SNMP or something? If it's inaccurate, can you at least tell us by what margin?