I am working on a study and feasability project to implemnet a VoIP solution to an existing LAN/WAN infrastructure.
Currently, we have a campus LAN; multiple buildings each with 3 cascaded switches linked to a central building ( Bldg A), where the core switch is and connected to the gateway router. A wireless bridge is linked to the core switch and wirelessly connecting a remote building (Bldg B) to the core switch. So, the question is if I were to move the core switch and gateway router(WAN link is DS3 to headquarters) to building (B), link Bldg (A) and Bldg (B) wirelessly, and implement VoIP, would this design create any performance issues? My concern is if VoIP and data would suffer throughput issues due to the 54Mbps Wi-Fi speed. Any thoughts or feedback?
Thanks in advance,