04-27-2019 05:00 PM
If this is a point to point bridge, you can use the NanoBeam as the AP without affecting traffic flow.
04-28-2019 03:00 PM
We have a tower 25 meters high.
We have 4 antenas "Rocket M5" covering 90º each.
Got around 30 clients connected using Loco M5 usually, so I guess it is a "multipoint deployment"
Why do you say "You cannot use the M series rocket as the AP" ?
You mean we are forcing to use "M series" antenas on clients ?
What would be your recomendation instead ?
Also I dont understand "upgrade the rocket to AC for Mixed Mode and gigabit LAN" - it sounds great to me
You mean "install AC server antena instead of M antena" ?
What model do you recomend ?
We do have two "Ubiquiti LBE-5AC-GEN2 LiteBeam" to link this tower to another node,
but it is a "directional" link, not a 90º server
Sorry for my expressions, I am still learning, guess you understand me.
04-28-2019 04:19 PM
04-28-2019 04:24 PM
No problem, thanks for your answer.
In another entry I found
M clients can connect to M servers and also to AC servers
AC clients can only connect to AC servers
But we do have only M clients, or maybe we "force" M clients as we have only "M servers" ... doesn't matter.
My question remains open : what is the best "client" buy for Rocket M5 server ?
I think it is "LBE-M5-23 LiteBeam M 5GHz 23dBi airMAX"
What do you think ?
04-28-2019 04:37 PM
In the help center linked in my signature below, you can find the FAQ and an article titled "Which product should I use" that will help point you in the right direction by informing you better about their intended purposes.