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Regular Contributor II
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Registered: ‎01-30-2013

MST200 lost connectivity issues

Hi,

 

We have several links with MST200 pairs.

 

In this one and in others we see ping looses and users complaint about the network.

 

This a new installation.. This was done with default options, only created a mesh ID and a passphrase and it works.

 

Could you please see both config files and the ping screen.

 

IS it possible that is like a channel problem or something?

 

Regards

Regular Contributor II
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Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

Also,

the same output from show mesh links a later on show better link quality..

 

This shows that the link quality is boucing..  i don't know why.. perhaps some setting?

 

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Guru Elite
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

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We probably need more information.  How far apart are these mesh links?  How high up are they mounted?  What are they mounted to?

 



Colin Joseph
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Regular Contributor II
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Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

Hi.
Distance is more like 250 mt.
They are in the top of the buldings. The strange behaviour is the signal quality dropped from 80% to 40%.
Interference?
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Guru Elite
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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

beconnect,

 

It could be interference or it is possible that they are not mounted securely.   You would need to check both situations.



Colin Joseph
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Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

Hi cjoseph

 

Is there a way were we can see if a channel is interfereing with the MST200?

 

Also when you say not mounted securely what you mean?

 

regards

 

 

Regular Contributor II
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Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

Hi

 

We have several links with MST200.

 

Imagine that we have 3 links with a pair of MST200 .. Should each link have a unique MESH ID?

 

All of MST200 are in the same network, but diffirent spots..

 

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MVP
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Registered: ‎11-07-2008

Re: MST200 lost connectivity issues

[ Edited ]

Unless you want those links to failover to other nodes, then yes each MST200 PtP should have it's own unique Mesh ID.

 

As far as Colin's other comment, making sure they are mounted securely means that they are still tight, nothing has moved, alignment hasn't changed, etc. 

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