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UBNT POWERBRIDGE STEP BY STEP CONFIGURATION FOR 300 MBPS POINT TO POINT CONNECTION

Posted on 2014-07-22
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I have bought 2 PowerBridge M5 devices.

i need step by step configuration to enable 300 Mbps connectivity for two office which are 300 meters apart and with line of sight clear

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Follow this instruction video all ubiquity devices use the same interface
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=__xzHnK6IVs

To reach 300Mbps ensure you are using 40Mhz and the highest MSC

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