Let's discuss Ethernet backhaul benefit of Multy X!

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  • Baloo247
    Baloo247 Posts: 16  Freshman Member
    Thanks, any dates? This feature is eagerly awaited. Now we just some for of ips/IDs/malware/AV protection and everything will be perfect and the product will compete with the new kids on the block. 
  • Lomprayah
    Lomprayah Posts: 22  Freshman Member
    Hi

    New firmware was released today, what is included in this one?
  • odifoke
    odifoke Posts: 25  Freshman Member
    edited August 2019
    I've got ethernet cables ready to go, hope this is finally the time for ethernet backhaul!
  • Zyxel_Steven
    Zyxel_Steven Posts: 247  Zyxel Employee
    Dear All,

    Multy X is supported Ethernet backhaul on V2.20(ABKJ.0)C0.
    Thank you for your kind attention in Multy X.


  • daggis
    daggis Posts: 2  Freshman Member
    Is there any documentation/drawing that tells how to connect Ethernet Backhaul ?
  • DenisB
    DenisB Posts: 1
    Yes, some additional information @Zyxel_Steven on how to connect and configure the ethernet backhaul would be highly appreciated!
  • Zyxel_Steven
    Zyxel_Steven Posts: 247  Zyxel Employee
    edited August 2019
    @daggis, @DenisB,

    About Ethernet backhaul, it hasn't any limitation.
    Below is some scenarios for your reference. (In the figures, L means LAN port and W means WAN port.)

    Scenario 1:


    Scenario 2:


    Scenario 3:


    Scenario 4:

  • odifoke
    odifoke Posts: 25  Freshman Member
    edited August 2019
    Getting 600-700Mbit wired backhaul successfully on a 20m ethernet cable. This is great!

    Root(L) -> wired_backhaul -> (W)Node1
             \----> wireless_backhaul -> Node2
  • odifoke
    odifoke Posts: 25  Freshman Member
    @Zyxel_Steven thank you for the update.

    Is it ok to plug in other devices (e.g. a computer or TV) to LAN ports on the nodes that are receiving ethernet backhaul?
  • Zyxel_Steven
    Zyxel_Steven Posts: 247  Zyxel Employee
    edited August 2019
    @odifoke,
    Sure, you can connect other devices on every Multy node's LAN ports.
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