MikroTik announce full version of RB2011 – the RB2011UAS-2HnD

MikroTik announce full version of RB2011 – the RB2011UAS-2HnD

Jul 19

 

The RB2011UAS-2HnD has following features: -

  • High power 2.4Ghz 2×2 MIMO 802.11bgn wireless with two MMCX connectors
  • Gigabit SFP cage and five Gigabit Ethernet ports that can be switched together providing affordable wire-speed Fiber-to-Copper converter
  • Additional five Fast Ethernet ports
  • RJ45 serial port
  • Micro-USB port
  • 128MB RAM
  • RouterOS L5 license
  • Can be powered by power jack or PoE

Also keep your eyes peeled for the RB2011UAS-2HnD-IN, with indoor enclosure, two indoor antennas for wireless, LCD display and power supply.

 

 

New RBGPOE POE injector for gigabit ports

New RBGPOE POE injector for gigabit ports

Jun 29

MikroTik have replaced their POE injector with a slightly more expensive version which supports gigabit ports, called the RBGPOE.

 

Nice to see more gigabit-supported devices in the wireless arena.

Full details here: http://routerboard.com/RBGPOE

Power output increased on Groove A-2Hn and 2Hn products

Power output increased on Groove A-2Hn and 2Hn products

May 29

Just noticed this morning a subtle change on the MikroTik website regarding stated output power for the new Groove A-2Hn & Groove 2Hn products. They are both now listed as having 640mw output from the previous 500mw. I wonder if this was a previous typo, or if the spec has actually been changed?

Also the new RB951 has been quoted as using a max. of 3W power. Very nice.

RB951-2n and Metal 5SHPn now listed on routerboard.com

RB951-2n and Metal 5SHPn now listed on routerboard.com

May 24

Further to my note yesterday about the RB951-2n specs being released, both this new super-compact wireless router and the Metal 5SHPn (as announced at the MuM and on routerboard.Pro) are now listed on routerboard.com.

 

 (RB951-2n)

 

 (Metal 5SHPn)

 

You can find links to these two new products on the right-hand side ->

RB951-2n

RB951-2n

May 22

If you thought the RB751 couldn’t get any cheaper, MikroTik have specs available for download now for the new RB951-2n:

http://www.mikrotik.com/download/share/rb951_2n.pdf

 

Smaller and cheaper than the 751. No USB port or external antenna though. No date on release yet, but pre-production samples are available soon to distributors.

RB2011LS-IN now listed on MikroTik website

RB2011LS-IN now listed on MikroTik website

May 11

Just noticed this morning that MikroTik have now listed the new RB2011LS-IN model on their website (http://routerboard.com/RB2011LS-IN).

 

The ‘S’ version of this latest generation of router has a single SFP port making it ideal for long-distance inter-office connections or FTTH internet connectivity.

I’m still not convinced what the value is of having five 100BaseT ports alongside five 1000BaseTX. Perhaps MikroTik could offer some use case suggestions? The main one I can think of right now would be for bonding multiple WAN connections, but then there may not be a use for that on this ‘S’ model if FTTH is being used….