Modem to cpe510

Modem to cpe510
Modem to cpe510
2016-04-28 21:17:15
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Hello dearest persons on the forum,

I have rad lots of posts but seems nobody have ever used my configuration that i'm trying to enable.

At my HOUSE (LETS CALL IT B ZONE) I don't have any internet company that can provide with service.

At my FRIENDS HOUSE (LETS CALL IT A ZONE) my friend have a spare land line that he is not using. So I have installed an internet connection via ADSL so I use it only in the B ZONE.

I wish to connect two CPE510 from A to B to only send internet so I can have internet at my house B ZONE.

At B ZONE I have a C7 Archer Router. I want this router to control the DHCP.

What is the best connection configuration to have in my case?.


Regards to all in the forum.


Thanks in advance.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-04-30 23:12:45
A set 510 as AP
B set 510 as Ckient
Then from 510 connect C7 and as you want DHCP on that one, just set it on dif subnet of ADSL in case This One provides DHCP
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-02 10:03:09
Perfect! It worked flawless!

One more thing. How can I improve CCQ?. Im getting around -70 dbm but ccq is hardly at 60%. How could I improve the CCQ?.

Regards.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-02 22:47:11

maverickccs wrote

How can I improve CCQ?

alignment, clear line of sight, both CPEs at same level
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-03 17:27:32
Actually CCQ doesn't indicate the quality of communication. And compared to CCQ, signal strength is more significant.
-70dBm is a good value. If you don't meet problem like low speed or packets drop, never worry about CCQ.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-03 21:50:44

stupidbird wrote

Actually CCQ doesn't indicate the quality of communication. And compared to CCQ, signal strength is more significant. -70dBm is a good value. If you don't meet problem like low speed or packets drop, never worry about CCQ.
Actually I'm getting low speed and package drop. At first I was at channel 161 and lowered to 154. The ccq improved in channel 154. But I don't want to lower it more from there because I can get more fresnel. Antenna B is up on a hill with clear Los. The only thing is that antenna B doesn't have any inclination but antenna A does. Should I add an inclination to antenna B?. Thanks and regards.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-04 11:11:25
1. Is there many other wireless network around? You have changed the operating channel and situation improved, which sounds like there is interference.
2. If the two CPEs are at a different height, you can mount antenna B higher or just tilt the both units to face each other. Because they both use directional antenna, you have to adjust the orientation for better alignment.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-05 07:12:18
Perfect. I will just try that and inform here in the forum. Regards!!
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-06 05:21:45

stupidbird wrote

1. Is there many other wireless network around? You have changed the operating channel and situation improved, which sounds like there is interference

I will just try

510 supports 4920-6100MHz for 5GHz in Test Mode.
Move away from the 5Ghz freq.
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-05-06 23:10:13

danymarc wrote

510 supports 4920-6100MHz for 5GHz in Test Mode.Move away from the 5Ghz freq.
It's OK to use test mode? Will I get any trouble with that?
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Re:Modem to cpe510
2016-06-28 17:00:23
Try to configure wireless LAN
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