Basic Setup

Configuring your node to attach to another node in the PDX-AREDN Network

Once you have flashed the AREDN firmware on your new Ubiquiti or TP-Link node there are a few settings you need to make (in addition to naming your node with your callsign).

After you have entered your  SSID, Channel, and Channel Width, click on the Save Settings button and, when prompted, click on the Reboot button.

900 MHz Nodes
Node Name SSID Channel  Chanel Width 
N7DOD-Trailer-M900-Trailer-Node01 N7DOD ??  ??
N7DOD-Mobile-M900-Node01 N7DOD  ??  ??
2.4 GHz Nodes
Node Name SSID Channel Chanel Width
N7DOD-Trailer-AR-Trailer-Node01 N7DOD -2 (2397) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Trailer-M2-Trailer-Node01 N7DOD -2 (2397) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Mobile-AR-Node01 N7DOD -2 (2397) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Mobile-M2-Node01 N7DOD -2 (2397) 10 MHz
3.4 GHz Nodes
Node Name SSID Channel Chanel Width
N7DOD-QTH-M3-Rocket-Omni-Node01 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Trailer-M3-Trailer-Node01 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Mobile-M3-Node01 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Relay-M3-Rocket-Omni-Node01 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Relay-M3-Rocket-Omni-Node02 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Relay-M3-NanoBridge-Node03 N7DOD (3420) 10 MHz
5.8 GHz Nodes
Node Name SSID Channel Chanel Width
N7DOD-Trailer-M5-Trailer-Node01 N7DOD  170 (5850) 10 MHz
N7DOD-Mobile-M5-Node01 N7DOD  170 (5850) 10 MHz
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