A lot of WISPs are familiar with network slowdown. You set up your network and go about your business, until calls start coming in that the internet is slow; or maybe your own internal network management system sends you some alerts. Everything was fine earlier, what’s changed now?
In the world of networking, it is still difficult to beat the stability and speed offered by a wired connection. Even if you have wireless links set up, you will still use copper cabling at some point of your physical network. With this post, we will shed some light on the different standards of cabling available, what they mean and give you some guidelines on how to choose the right cable for your installation.
Kids are no strangers to the internet, and interest is growing to find ways of protecting them from some of the content out there. Luckily there are some basic configurations which you can use on Mikrotik to assist you. Though this is not a full-proof way of content blocking, it is quick and easy and will certainly improve the level of control you have over the type of content that can be accessed via your home router.
Thousands of network operators across the world got their start with airMAX®M, and continue to enjoy great success today on every continent. Without the effort of all these entrepreneurs, the internet would be nothing more than a dream for millions of people today. And without affordable airMAX M equipment, these operators wouldn’t have been able to become the WISPs they are.
Gitex, based in Dubai and hosted at the Dubai World Trade Centre, is a 5-day exhibition which starts on the Sunday and ends on the Thursday. The first Gitex Exhibition was in 1981 and all exhibitors covered up 1 hall in total at the DWTC.
With more and more companies and even home owners moving their telecommunications to VoIP, many would wonder, "How?", "What equipment do I use?" or "Does it fall within the budget constraints?". These questions can sometimes be tricky to answer. The planning of the network is crucial as these systems are not updated or replaced often.
Mikrotik's LHG60 has come to meet the demand for affordable, high-capacity links for distances up to 1.5km.
With the 5.8Ghz spectrum being so congested, 60GHz provides some much-needed relief for short distances PTP or PTMP links.
The LHG60 kit comes in a pair that is already pre-configured for easy deployment.
When you hear the term “Desktop Softphone”, you might assume that it is an actual desk phone, but it’s not. The term 'Desktop Softphone' actually refers to a software program or app that permits a user to place calls over VoIP. It gives your computer the ability to act as a powerful business phone.