Cisco 1310 problem

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Nov 28th, 2007
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First, i want to apologize for my English.

I have a wireless network, which connects areas isolated by the sea.

One of the repeaters have connection problems.

There is a picture that illustrates my problem.


The repeater in red, was installed recently. Because of the distances are added to each output TNC an amplifier of 1 watt.

The problem arises when the bridge that connects to the repeater, it begins to traffic on the network.

The repeater is disconnected, leaving the bridge and repeater offline.


We believe that the problem is caused by the fact that this link is at 12 meters above sea level. And we think that we could solve that problem by adding two amplifiers to the Master AP.


Any suggestion.



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mchin345 Wed, 12/05/2007 - 09:04
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Please make sure the correct distance you are maintain between the devices and your configuration between bridge and repeater.

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