New A40 / A60 access points available

The new access points can be ordered from today. These units are for both indoor and outdoor applications. All mounting options are supplied as standard. The A40 is a dual band access point with 2 × 2 MIMO 802.11 and 4 internal antennas. The A60 is also a dual band access point with 3 × 3 MIMO 802.11 and 6 internal antennas.

New 6.1.1 firmware

Today a new stable version has been released, namely 6.1.1. • NEW: Presence Analytics now offers a “last_seen_signal” value • FIX: Improved reliability of Ethernet connectivity on the MR-series and OM5P-AC • FIX: Prevents DHCP packets from being improperly forwarded over LAN on the MR-series • FIX: Daisy -chained APs show more accurate mesh speeds over their Ethernet link • FIX: ...

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Due to new FCC rules, a file must from now on be approved by Open-Mesh before it can be used. This applies to the new models, such as the OM5P-AC. Click here for more information. Click here for some sample scripts.

Introduction OM5P-AC

The OM5P-AC was introduced in April 2016. This unit is an AC model in the small housing. The OM5P-AC unit will initially also be sold as an AC ready model. It is expected that in Q2 of 2016 the AC firmware will be available with which the higher AC speeds can also be achieved. This unit has four ...

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Flash tool

From now on there is also a flash tool (as beta) available to provide an openmesh unit with (new) firmware manually. Click here for more information

Introduction MR1750

In August 2015, an 802.11ac model was also added, namely the MR1750. This allows even higher speeds to be achieved (450 + 1300). This unit is initially sold as an AC ready model. At launch, throughput is comparable to the popular MR900. The high speed ac options will become available via future firmware updates, whereby ...

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Cloudtrax v4

We are working hard on even more functionality for cloud trax. This extra functionality has been incorporated in a new version of the cloud trax portal (v4). The beta version of this new cloud trax portal can currently be used. To do this, go to “Advanced” | “CloudTrax 4 Beta Opt-in” Then put the following ...

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OM2P upgradeable to 5xx firmware

From now on, the OM2P units can also be updated from the Cloudtrax dashboard to the 5xx firmware. To do this, go to “Advanced” | “Firmware / Upgrade” Then check the boxes below: [] Disable Automatic Upgrades [X] Upgrade to 5xx firmware

New features added to Cloudtrax

New functions have been added to cloudtrax v4, including - WiFi Scheduling (automatically turn SSIDs on / off at certain times of the day) - band steering (redirect 5Ghz capable devices to the 5GHz band if they connect at 2.4GHz) - Bulk add access points (manually or via CSV file) ...

Introduction OM5P-AN

As of today, a new openmesh model is available again. It is the OM5P-AN that runs on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz. The access point is housed in the same small housing as the OM2P / OM5P and therefore also fits in the existing optional openmesh housings. It also has 3 internal antennas. One for the 2.4Ghz and two ...

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New 5xx firmware

Today a new 5xx firmware has been released. This upgrade will be rolled out to everyone already running the 5xx firmware (the networks with 4xx firmware will not be updated yet). The firmware includes a number of important fixes and enhancements to improve the performance of your network and the CloudTrax dashboard. The update is fully automatic. After…

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5XX firmware

At the same time as the introduction of the OM5P, the version 5xx firmware has become available. This is a significant improvement for CloudTrax. It looks familiar, but under the hood it's completely new, with a host of new features and improved functionality. At the moment 5xx firmware is only available for the OM5P, ...

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Recently the new r481 firmware has been released. This is the first official stable release since r397. The r481 software has been tested in recent weeks and gave very positive feedback, after which the roll-out to all cloud trax networks has now started. If the option “Disable Automatic Upgrades” is not enabled, your network will be active for the next ...



The beta of our latest dashboard feature rollout begins. It includes a number of changes: Mesh encryption: Beginning with this beta it'll be possible to WPA encrypt the mesh network. The encryption serves as protection against traffic eavesdropping and against rogue node joining your network. The mesh encryption setting is to be found under the…



With the latest dashboard update 2 highly popular feature requests were addressed: All Network Map * Display all networks belonging to your master account on the map. * Indicate the status of each network through colored status icons: * Red: one or more gateways down * Yellow: one or more repeaters down * Green: all ...