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BR1410A bridge throughput

I have 2 - 1410 bridges ( point to point) between two buildings approx 600' apart.   They seem to be aligned well ( Signal -52dBm, SNR 41 ) and have been very reliable. However, I cannot seem to run more than 26Mbps thru them.

Can the distance command effect this ?  or is there any recommended tweaking that can increase my throughput ?

Thanks for any insight

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BR1410A bridge throughput

Charles,

     the 1410 is only an 802.11a device, so the max connection speed you would see is 54M.  ~26M through put is pretty good rate, IMO for what you are doing.

Steve

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Re: BR1410A bridge throughput

Charles,

Just to add to what Steve’s saying:

~Goodput = (Air Rate - Air Frame Headers)

Justin

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