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AIrfiber using cisco networking and what application used.

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  1. Daryl2995

    Daryl2995 Thread Starter

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    Anybody knows how does an Airfiber connection uses cisco routers and what application used to configure it? And how to do with Wide Area Network. Thanks in advance
     
  2. zx10guy

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    Are you talking about Ubiquiti's airFiber system?
     
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    Yes. Is it possible to connect it with cisco router and configure it? Using what kind of terminal application?
     
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    I've never worked with this airFiber system before. But there are user guides on Ubiquiti's website for this product. Glancing through the quick start guide, there is a management interface to access the admin GUI. It looks like the default IP for the management interface is 192.168.1.20. The system also has a separate network port for your data traffic which is GigE.

    The choice of what network equipment to use behind the airFiber system is up to your network design or requirements. The airFiber system is a long range wireless back haul. If you have a flat network, all you need to add is a switch on both ends. If you are dividing up your locations with subnets which are routed to each other, you'll need either a router or firewall.

    Has the airFiber been installed and set up yet? What I mean by this is both ends of the airFiber system need to be aligned for line of sight. It really sounds like you need to hire a professional services company to come in and get this all configured for you. This is not something you would go to an Internet forum to walk through the entire design and configuration.
     
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