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Open-Mesh Has Released the New MR1750 Dual Band 802.11ac Access Point


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The title says it all, I am a big fan of Open-Mesh I have been running one of there MR900 AP for about 1 1/2 to 2 years now and its been rock solid. I have this unit installed on the first floor of my

First let me say congratulations. Thanks for the heads up on the POE, Just goes to show you that everyone needs to check the specs "before" hooking these devices up or else toast. Now I am going to fe

First Congratulations, you can assign the Open- Mesh units a static IP address like any other device on the network, Just enter the MAC address on the DHCP server for the Open-Mesh AP and assign it wh

Cloudtrax dash shows yellow to red bars for the speeds between access points when this issue starts.

 

as pcdoc ses, start again... 1 at a time

 

use the latest firmware of course

 

You can also setup the nodes to send the logread (Openwrt) to a syslog server, I bet that will highlight where the issue is coming from

 

https://help.cloudtrax.com/hc/en-us/articles/202382800-Script-sample-IP-logging

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Connections are lost to devices. Cloudtrax dash shows yellow to red bars for the speeds between access points when this issue starts. All repeaters are 1 hope from gateway.

For starters make sure "Internet Check" is disabled, You can find this setting under Configure-->Radio. If this is enabled every time your internet goes down so does the access points, This could be y your devices are loosing connection.

as pcdoc ses, start again... 1 at a time

 

use the latest firmware of course

 

You can also setup the nodes to send the logread (Openwrt) to a syslog server, I bet that will highlight where the issue is coming from

 

https://help.cloudtrax.com/hc/en-us/articles/202382800-Script-sample-IP-logging

Agreed with you and pcdoc, I would also assign a static IP to each and eliminate DHCP leases causing any problems. For me I assign every device on my network a static IP as I find it works best and makes trouble shooting easier.

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