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    Camera attached to CPE-210

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    Dear,


    Do not miss the translation because it was translated from Portuguese into English by Google Translate.


    I have the following problem: I have a camera that communicates via wi-fi and constantly drops the connection, works perfectly and suddenly the camera stops communicating and after a while comes back to communicate.
    My structure is: Camera communicates via wifi to a 2.4GHz TP-Link CPE-210 antenna that is connected to the network.
    Through the ping I notice that the communication with the antenna is ok but the communication with the camera is interrupted.


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    Fisrt update firmware http://static.tp-link.com/TP_PharOS_2.0.0_161117.zip

    How much is the distance between the camera and CPE210?


    Last edited by Johnsontp; 04-01-2017 at 02:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernando Fernandes View Post
    I have the following problem: I have a camera that communicates via wi-fi and constantly drops the connection, works perfectly and suddenly the camera stops communicating and after a while comes back to communicate.
    Why did you set the CPE's TX power to 12mW only?

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    Dear Johnsontp,
    The distance is approximately 250 meters.

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    Dear R1D2,
    I do not understand your question, can it be clearer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernando Fernandes View Post
    Dear R1D2,
    I do not understand your question, can it be clearer?
    In your screenshot TX power is set to 2 dBm. Since antenna gain of a CPE210 is 9 dBi you get 2 dBm + 9 dBi = 11 dBm, that's 12mW. You should set the slider to 11 dBm to have the full 20 dBm = 100mW TX power allowed in Brazil. 12mW TX power is not suitable for a distance of 250 meters.

    Also consider to set a fixed channel width of 20 MHz instead of 20/40 MHz.

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    Mode: N only
    Channel width: 20 MHz
    Transmit Power: 11 dBm
    Distance setting: AUTO
    QoS: Enable

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    Dear
    I have changed the values as suggested and will follow.
    Thank you all for the help.

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