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+ 70 градуса работна температура - това на чипа или на околната среда? :)

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Networker

Интересно решение от микротик със SFP:

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master

Дано да не му горят лановете както на останалите. Като гледам има доста хляб за тунинг и явно ще поддържа и WIFI което го прави повече от супер за FTTB + HotSpot

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Излезнал новия бюлетин на Микротик

има нови интересни продукти като 4 портова гигабит карта на PCI-E

RB44GE

Нов гигабит рутер с екран и оптика

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pavlan

И то не просто екран ами и touch screen :)

Излезнал новия бюлетин на Микротик

има нови интересни продукти като 4 портова гигабит карта на PCI-E

RB44GE

Нов гигабит рутер с екран и оптика

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NetworkPro

  • Speed improvements
  • Simple queues now 9X faster
  • Hardware encryption, L7, PPP, and others in works

Then they talk about some SXT stuff, which is great, I love the SXTs.

These have been announced, but I haven’t talked about them sooooo:

  • Gig ports
  • 600MHz CPU
  • 128MB RAM
  • 2.5dBi antenna

This has the same form factor as the 751 routers, but has a more powerful CPU and more RAM. I’m assuming these will replace the 751s?

  • 5 gig ports
  • SFP port on back
  • SwitchOS

Blah

  • $40

I like everything about this save for SwitchOS…just not a fan.

  • Single Mode – $29
  • Multi Mode – $22

This is a crazy good price for new optics!

This looks AWESOME. I would say this is direct competition with the Ubiquiti Rockets. I’m willing to bet I can make a bracket that will let you mount this right on a Ubiquiti antenna icon_razz.gif

Features the new 911 inside.

  • Mini PCI E
  • 2GHz
  • 800mw

  • Mini PCI E
  • 2 and 5GHz models
  • 1000mw

This has 4 slots for the new miniPCI-E cards as well as slots for 3G cards…a lot of power in a single card.

This looks like a cool new radio for distance P2P as well as client connections.

Sector SXT.

2 or 5GHz.

  • Runs RouterOS
  • 24 Gb ports
  • SFP slot
  • Wireless version – 2Ghz

Soooo they finally put out a real switch, or is it a router? Since it runs routerOS I’m going to say it’s a router(not really, it is a switch people). Thanks to Andrew for bursting my bubble by telling me that it has a 600MHz AR9344 CPU. I think this was a brilliant move on their part, but what I’m really waiting for is the price.

I can imagine purchasing one of these to terminate A sizable chunk of P2Ps I have. Now we ask the question…will they make a version that has 12 SFPs and 12 copper or 24 SFP with 2 coppers?

Right now I’m content with just the 24 copper icon_smile.gif I also want to see a shot of the rackmount version.

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  • 8 gig ports
  • 2 SFP+ ports – 10Gb interfaces
  • 16Gb RAM version

CCR1036-8G-2S+ - 10Gigabit CCR, 2x SFP+, 8x Gigabit Ethernet, 36 Core Tilera, 16GB RAM, 28Gbit throughput, 42 Million PPS, Available June

CRS - Cloud Router Switch, RouterBoard 9xx series device with 24 switched Gigabit ports (switch chip), runs RouterOS, 1x SFP. Available in IN (desktop) and RM (Rackmount) models. Also a wireless model is available. Available May

RB911G - Compact CPE/AP, Gigabit Ethernet, Metal Shielded RJ45, Integrated 2Ghz OR 5Ghz radio, 600Mhz Atheros CPU. Available April

RB912G - Compact CPE/AP, Gigabit Ethernet, Metal Shielded RJ45, Integrated 2Ghz OR 5Ghz radio, Mini PCI-e, SIM slot, 600Mhz Atheros CPU. Available April

RB912G Outdoor - The above but in a really nice outdoor case, SMA connectors soldered to board, pole or DIN rail mount. Available April

Sextant G - Sextant with RB911G inside. Available April

CCR Extended Ram - Normal CCR with more RAM (16GB).

R11E-2HND - 2Ghz Mini PCI-e, 800mw, u-fl connectors

R11E-HPND - 2Ghz or 5Ghz models, 1watt, MMCX connectors, nice big heatsink

RB14EU - PCI-e to 4x Mini PCI-e converter. Allows use of WiFi/3G cards in a x86 PC. has USB passthrough to allow 3G to work. Available June

SXTHG - High Gain SXT, 17.4dB antenna, more directional, 1 watt, Gigabit ethernet (metal shield), 5Ghz. Available May

SXTSA - Sector Antenna SXT, 90degree sector antenna in standard SXT housing. Available May

Groove52 - Dual-band Groove with new 600Mhz Atheros CPU. Available April.

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MiPSus

912G outdoor ше трябва да се пробва веднага, като заместител на Rocket M5 , каквато е и идеята му :)

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master

Направо ще заспи с диша :)

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RudY-ElectriC

Усещам сладкото падение на UBNT :) ОООО ДА :)

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jack82

одаааааааааааааа R11E-HPND мхм това нещо май ще е с ар9580 2х2 чудно знам че ги правят 3х3

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MiPSus

AR9283 би следвало да поддържа 25/30MHz ширина :) и вече се замислям за проба със два SEXTANT G на 5км ако не им е далечко :)

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Networker

Интересно, ще им утеснее на UBNT :))

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jack82

AR9283 би следвало да поддържа 25/30MHz ширина :) и вече се замислям за проба със два SEXTANT G на 5км ако не им е далечко :)

че 711 ките и SXT то са ар9283 те си ги подържат без проблем 50 и 60 мхз а за сехтанта на 5 км ми се струва малко далеко заби ги на 60 ки или 90 ки и да мъркат като коте на язовир :)

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RudY-ElectriC

SXT- да го сложиш на паница ама SEXTANT такава сянка ще хвърли че половината усилване на антената ще отиде под дяволите

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jack82

извенявам се да номера става ама с sxt :)

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