New Member
Posts: 16
Registered: ‎02-25-2009

40Mhz channel issue

- ACK limitation for long links
- PPPoE disconnections

Will be fixed in AirOS V rel. 5.1?
Previous Employee
Posts: 9,171
Registered: ‎08-17-2007
Kudos: 24

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

- ACK limitation for long links
- PPPoE disconnections

Will be fixed in AirOS V rel. 5.1?


Hello,
Yes we are looking into fixing these issues with V5.1
Thanks,
New Member
Posts: 16
Registered: ‎02-25-2009

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

Mike, thanks for replay.
In mean time what is the workaround for the second issue (PPPoE Disconnections)?
Thanks in advance,
Michele
SuperUser
Posts: 6,179
Registered: ‎08-26-2009
Kudos: 1871
Solutions: 60

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

Set all your clients to auto 20/40 and move your AP down to 20mhz until the new firmware fixes the problem ?
New Member
Posts: 16
Registered: ‎02-25-2009

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

My 20 (40) MHz link is PtP (Backhaul) not PtMP!
I've a MT Access Point in one side and a MT PPPoE Server in the other side of the link.
The subscriber units are NS5, NS5 Loco and Bullet5 depending of the distance from AP.
Previous Employee
Posts: 9,171
Registered: ‎08-17-2007
Kudos: 24

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

My 20 (40) MHz link is PtP (Backhaul) not PtMP!
I've a MT Access Point in one side and a MT PPPoE Server in the other side of the link.
The subscriber units are NS5, NS5 Loco and Bullet5 depending of the distance from AP.



Hello,
I have asked my software developers to respond.
Thanks,
Mike
Highlighted
Ubiquiti Employee
Posts: 6,645
Registered: ‎05-13-2009
Kudos: 2096
Solutions: 206

Re: 40Mhz channel issue

Mysterious PPPoE disconnection problems appears only using 40MHz channel width. So if you will configure all your devices to operate in 20MHz channel, you will not get any problems.