Help CPE CPE220 Ethernet Problem and distance problem .

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Help CPE CPE220 Ethernet Problem and distance problem .
Help CPE CPE220 Ethernet Problem and distance problem .
2018-08-02 11:28:53 - last edited 2018-08-21 18:46:20

Help CPE 220 2.4GHZ Outdoor cpe having a problem please help me to sort out as i run cpe by 15 meter long cable  from  router to cpe  for range extend it get  slow and as i run by short cable  it run smooth  as i face this problem not in my previous any outdoor cpe compare to it. Help me what may i do? and as range  i move furtehr 50 meter communicate became lengthy.

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2018-08-03 00:09:06 - last edited 2018-08-21 18:46:20

What type of cable do you use? UTP (unshielded)? S/UTP (screen shielded)? S/FTP (screen shielded with foiled twisted pairs)? Normal patch cable or outdoor cable?

 

I use CAT.5e U/FTP outdoor cable (that's foil-shielded twisted pairs) with 24 AWG solid wires, which has better impedance than normal patch cable with stranded wires. RJ45 connectors should be shielded, too. I get full FastEthernet speed over 25m (a CPE) and 35m (a WBS).

 

If you have heavy interferences/noise on the cable run - such as caused by nearby power lines etc. - you might consider use of S/FTP double shielded cable (that's screen shielded and foil-shielded TP) and/or increase the distance of the cable to the power lines.

 

As for the distance problem at 50m, you mean WiFi coverage gets bad? That's caused by your WiFi device (smart phone, tablet, laptop). First, the CPE has two directional antennas with a relatively small beam width (compared to omnidirectional antennas), which concentrate RF energy in one direction. Second, consumer WiFi devices have bad antennas - often just a piece of small metal -, which often reach their limit depending on the WiFi mode at 50m (802.11b/g), 70m (802.11n) or ~100m (5 GHz). Nothing unusual.

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2018-08-03 00:09:06 - last edited 2018-08-21 18:46:20

What type of cable do you use? UTP (unshielded)? S/UTP (screen shielded)? S/FTP (screen shielded with foiled twisted pairs)? Normal patch cable or outdoor cable?

 

I use CAT.5e U/FTP outdoor cable (that's foil-shielded twisted pairs) with 24 AWG solid wires, which has better impedance than normal patch cable with stranded wires. RJ45 connectors should be shielded, too. I get full FastEthernet speed over 25m (a CPE) and 35m (a WBS).

 

If you have heavy interferences/noise on the cable run - such as caused by nearby power lines etc. - you might consider use of S/FTP double shielded cable (that's screen shielded and foil-shielded TP) and/or increase the distance of the cable to the power lines.

 

As for the distance problem at 50m, you mean WiFi coverage gets bad? That's caused by your WiFi device (smart phone, tablet, laptop). First, the CPE has two directional antennas with a relatively small beam width (compared to omnidirectional antennas), which concentrate RF energy in one direction. Second, consumer WiFi devices have bad antennas - often just a piece of small metal -, which often reach their limit depending on the WiFi mode at 50m (802.11b/g), 70m (802.11n) or ~100m (5 GHz). Nothing unusual.

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2018-08-16 17:48:50

Using Digicom Lan Cat 6 CCA 4 Pair UTP Cable which is made by computer shoper customs clip and it  is not shileded (Mean company made )  . As i connect it with near by too it not able to run smooth and it get lag and if  i used with short shilded lan cable which i got in tplink router then it work fast.

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Re:Help CPE CPE220 Ethernet Problem and distance problem .
2018-08-16 17:54:29

May I buy This wire https://www.amazon.in/dp/B0134QJH4G?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ttl&th=1

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2018-08-16 22:16:06 - last edited 2018-08-16 22:19:36

abhhii10 wrote

May I buy This wire https://www.amazon.in/dp/B0134QJH4G?ref_=ams_ad_dp_ttl&th=1

 

Not recommended, since it's unshielded and lacks a ground wire. What's more, you don't need a CAT.6 cable. CAT.5e is sufficient.

 

Search for "Outdoor Rated Shielded Cat5e Ethernet Cable" and try to get one from a WiFi shop which often sell such cables for outdoor APs ready for use.

 

On Amazon I only found a bulk cable which is very expensive, so that's just for information: https://www.amazon.in/ACL-Direct-Outdoor-Shielded-Ethernet/dp/B074TFKDK4/

 

You don't need a 300m spool I guess, so try to find a WiFi shop which pre-assembles such a cable for the length you need.

 

 

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2018-08-21 18:45:55

I tried with the amazon cable cat 6 of 15 meter performence was better. It is depend upon lan wire quality too hmmm.

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