I have configured Router mode in RipEX unit, but I cannot configure Nomadic mode.
Only the “Flexible” protocol supports the Nomadic functionality. You probably set up the Base Driven Protocol.
I see three Base stations in the Remote unit, but the selected one does not have the best RSS/DQ values. Why is that?
If the Remote is already connected to some Base unit, it reconnects to another Base unit only if the signal quality is at least 5 dBm better. Otherwise, it prefers the current Base. What is the RSS level difference? Have you tried to trigger a new “Seek” manually?
I moved Remote unit to a different location and it cannot communicate with central unit any more.
Trigger the “Seek Base stations” manually so a new Base station can be selected, or
wait until “Dead base timeout” is reached so the automatic seek is triggered.
If there is no communication request, “Base refresh period” must time out before a new seek is triggered automatically.
Is it in the radio coverage of at least one Base station?
The Remote can only communicate with the central unit if it is connected directly. In case of connection over another Base unit, it does not communicate.
Is this Base unit configured in the central unit? Each Base unit must be added manually.
Does the Remote use “nomadic” routing rules? I.e. it dynamically changes its routes based on current connectivity conditions. Aren’t routes set statically to the central unit?
Is the Remote really connected to the required Base? Trigger a manual “Seek” of Base units and verify the functionality.