802.11ad implementation capable of providing Gigabit Ethernet speeds over wireless network.
Extend your gigabit network over a transparent AES encrypted wireless 60GHz link without usual wired or wireless network problems.
General interface properties
|arp (disabled | enabled | proxy-arp | reply-only; Default: enabled)||
|arp-timeout (auto | integer; Default: auto)||ARP timeout is time how long ARP record is kept in ARP table after no packets are recieved form IP. Value auto equals to value of arp-timeout in /ip settings, defoult is 30s.|
|comment (string; Default: )||Short description of the interface|
|disabled (yes | no; Default: yes)||Whether interface is disabled|
|frequency (58320 | 60480 | 62640 | auto; Default: auto)||Frequency used in communication (Only active on master device)|
|l2mtu (integer [0..65536]; Default: 1600)|
|mac-address (MAC; Default: )|
|mode (master | slave | sniff; Default: master)||Operation mode|
|mtu (integer [0..65536]; Default: 1500)|
|name (string; Default: )||name of the interface|
|password (; Default: randomly generated)||password used for encryption|
|ssid (string (0..32 chars); Default: value of system/identity)||SSID (service set identifier) is a name that identifies wireless network.|
Scan command allows to see available AP in the frequency range supported by W60G interface. Using scan command the interface operation is disabled (wireless link is disconnected during the scan operation)
/interface w60g monitor wlan60-1
Monitor provides connection status, currently used frequency, remote device MAC address, mcs and signal quality. It's preferable to run monitor for easy device set up and aliment.