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We stopped at the intersection of CR 90 and 24 to see if we could connect to either location with my mobile linksys node with factory antennas.

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We could see Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet the nodes at Jack's and the hill, but couldn't connect reliably. The Linksys sytem runs nearly half the power of the Ubiquiti and the antennas have no gain. We will have to try again with a mobile Ubiquiti setup with better antenna. We then paid Jack a surprise visit and showed him our solid connection using the Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet linksys. Amazingly, when I set the linksys down in the raised tailgate of my Chevy Equinox, it could connect directly to sector node on the mountain!!

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The open liftgate end of the Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet was coincidentally pointing directly at the repeater site and must have been acting as a dish with some great gain!! They had them mounted on Ken's HF vertical mast. Unfortunately, they had no luck even seeing the nodes at Jacks. Later, I swung by Jack's with my mobile LinkSys nodes, and verified they were still working. I then ran over to Ken's and made sure his were functional. We theorized that either trees or houses were obstructing line of site to Jack's.

So Ken wanted to go to then end of his block where we could literally see the repeater shack 21 mikes away, and try to connect direct. We threw his inverter in my car with my LinkSys node and WiFi access point, and drove around the corner.

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With Ken holding the dish aimed directly athe the repeater site, and me reading the mesh status on my iPad, we immediately connected to both Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet dish and the sector nodes at the repeater site! With this renewed confidence, we are now considering how to permanently mount the dish at Ken's, pointing directly at the mountain.


January 11, Ken and Greg have tried just about every Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet including every tree on Ken's property. Due to three extremely large palm trees at the edge of his neighborhood, no connection to the mountain or Jack's from his property has been possible Ken has one more idea up his sleeve, which involves a push-up mast mounted in JUST the right spot in his yard. While it works, the video is intermittant. It works, and I got crisp high res video in spurts. This will be perfectly usable at the repeater site for "seeing" what is going on up there remotely.

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Who know, maybe with less noise in the open we'll get good performance between the mountain and Jack. January 25, Well, last time we were up the hill, we were unable to connect to Jack's mesh node from up there.

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Last week we went to Jack's to see if we could connect to his Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet locally. Jack wasn't home, and we were using only our mobile linksys setup, so couldn't come to any hard conclusion about what was going on.

Today, I went back to Jack's neighborhood, with a portable dish setup, to see if I could connect to the mountain node directly. So, we'll be replacing this Ubitquiti node after only 5 months in service.

Not a very good reliability standard. At least it didn't cost a fortune. This portable setup will come in handy tho'!

June 6, Well, it's been a while. It does not have file transfer support or other advanced features. It is extremely quick to install on your mesh network. Download the version of firmware suitable for your model of router. Upload the firmware to the router. After that, replug your network cable or do whatever it takes to reset your computer network adapter. The first time mesh firmware is installed Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet a router it will take about two minutes for the first reboot to complete 4.

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Configure the mesh node - this is required every time the firmware is installed - In a browser go to http: Node names can contain only numbers, letters, and dashes; underscores, spaces, and other punctuation are not allowed. It is a condition of your Amateur Radio license and of Broadband Hamnet that the node name must contain your callsign. The node name is beaconed via UDP port every five minutes to meet the identification requirements. You now have a mesh node, but only if you did step 4!. Here is what just happened to your router: Due to the large variety of router models and different methods for upgrading the device, it is highly recommended that you read and, above all, understand the installation steps before you apply Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet new firmware, even if you are a power user.

Basically, you must upload the new firmware to the router through its administration page and allow it to upgrade. Ubiquiti Rocket M2 Broadband-Hamnet you install a new version, you can expect increased security levels, different vulnerability issues to be resolved, improved overall performance and transfer speeds, enhanced compatibility with other devices, added support for newly developed technologies, as well as several other changes. I was wondering if an open RF output (i.e. no antenna) would cause the Rocket M2 transmit stage to fail.

Or would it be prudent to attach an RF  Broadband-Hamnet™ Forum::Firmware::Firmware for. x.x version of the BBHN software in the same ham band and with the same SSID, users should move to the to get all mesh nodes on a stable platform and.

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