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=== Wireless Feature Applicability Matrix===
=== Wireless Feature Applicability Matrix===

The matrix specifies '''/interface wireless''' compatibility with wireless protocols.
The matrix specifies ''/interface wireless'' parameters compatibility with each '''wireless-protocol'''.

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Revision as of 10:26, 19 October 2011

Feature Matrix General Information

  • Feature Matrix indicates wireless network type when specific feature can be used.
  • Note that there are 2 columns for 802.11 protocol: 802.11 specifies availability of mode in "pure" 802.11 network (when connecting to any vendor AP) and ROS 802.11 specifies availability of mode when connecting to RouterOS AP that implements necessary proprietary extensions for mode to work.

Wireless Feature Applicability Matrix

The matrix specifies /interface wireless parameters compatibility with each wireless-protocol.

802.11 ROS 802.11 nstreme nv2
adaptive-noise-immunity V V V V
allow-sharedkey V V V
antenna-gain V V V V
antenna-gain V V V V
antenna-mode V V V V
area V V V V
arp V V V V
band V V V V
basic-rates-a/g V V V V
basic-rates-b V V V V
bridge-mode V V V V
channel-width V V V V
comment V V V V
country V V V V
default-ap-tx-limit V V V V
default-authentication V V V V
default-client-tx-limit V V V V
default-forwarding V V V V
dfs-mode V V V V
disable-running-check V V V V
disabled V V V V
disconnect-timeout V V V
distance V V
frame-lifetime V V
frequency V V V V
frequency-mode V V V V
hide-ssid V V V
ht-ampdu-priorities V V
ht-amsdu-limit V V V
ht-amsdu-threshold V V
ht-basic-mcs V V V V
ht-guard-interval V V V V
ht-rxchains V V V V
ht-supported-mcs V V V V
ht-txchains V V V V
hw-fragmentation-threshold V V
hw-protection-mode V V
hw-protection-threshold V V
hw-retries V V V
l2mtu V V V V
mac-address V V V V
master-interface V V V
mac-address V V V V
max-station-count V V V V
mode V V V V
mtu V V V V
name V V V V
noise-floor-threshold V V V V
nv2-cell-radius V
nv2-noise-floor-offset V
nv2-preshared-key V
nv2-qos V
nv2-queue-count V
nv2-security V
on-fail-retry-time V V V
periodic-calibration V V V
periodic-calibration-interval V V V
preamble-mode V V V
prism-cardtype V V
proprietary-extensions V V V V
radio-name V V V V
rate-selection V V V V
rate-set V V V V
scan-list V V V V
security-profile V V V *
ssid V V V V
station-bridge-clone-mac V V V
supported-rates-a/g V V V V
supported-rates-b V V V V
tx-power V V V V
tx-power-mode V V V V
update-stats-interval V V V
wds-cost-range V V V V
wds-default-bridge V V V V
wds-default-cost V V V V
wds-ignore-ssid V V V
wds-mode V V V V
wireless-protocol V V V V
wmm-support V V V

* - Nv2 protocol uses different security configuration.

WDS Applicability Matrix

The following matrix specifies possible WDS network setups for each wireless-protocol. First column specifies possible WDS network structure.

ROS 802.11 nstreme nv2
AP-bridge* to AP-bridge V
AP-bridge to Station-WDS V V V
AP-bridge to WDS-Slave V

* - mode=ap-bridge applies to mode=bridge too.

Station Applicability Matrix

The following matrix specifies station modes available for each wireless-protocol.

802.11 ROS 802.11 nstreme nv2
station V V V V
station-wds V V V
station-pseudobridge V V V
station-pseudobridge-clone V V V
station-bridge V V V

More information about stations mode configuration.