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09/12/2017
New AF24 link replacing 2 years old Rocket AC link
Description

Yesterday I replaced a Rocket 5AC link 50 MHz 380 Mbps with AirFiber 24.

Not only do I release 50 MHz 5 GHz channel width for other purposes, I also lowered overall latency with 2-3 ms on the link....

IMG_20170910_181255.jpg

 

It's moving some traffic.....
AF24 bandwidth.png

 

Today at 13:00 it was raining heavily.....

AF24 capacity.png

The link has OSPF + BFD setup, so that it immediately takes another route in the network, if it drops out....

I will later tune the settings. It should drop Ethernet if it's below > 80 Mbps capacity...

Comments
by
on ‎09-12-2017 07:50 PM

This is a nice post jjonson.

 

Nice traffic graphs, what kind of software are you using to monitor your devices ?

Do you have a failover link with a lower frecuency ? What about the distance ?

 

Regards

by
on ‎09-12-2017 11:52 PM

@acriollo it looks like Librenms.

 

Librenms support UBNT without any needs for advanced setup

by
on ‎09-14-2017 05:20 PM

Observium?

by
on ‎09-19-2017 05:59 PM

Cool!

by
on ‎09-20-2017 04:16 AM

@acriollo@SimonK is right. It's not Observium (Any wISP using that should upgrade to LibreNMS). It's http://librenms.org

 

LibreNMS has full support for all UBNT devices and will discover them without problems. Also relevant information is pulled from the devices, like signal strength etc. and best of all over time graph...

 

by
on ‎09-20-2017 05:41 AM

@DWC Observium should be upgraded to LibreNMS. Much better support for UBNT devices....

by
on ‎09-20-2017 05:46 AM

@DWC with LibreNMS supports syslog and backup.

 

My LibreNMS setup show syslog for all MK and UBNT equipment.

 

Equipment backup im using: https://github.com/ytti/oxidized