wireless bridge and 802.11n

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Nov 27th, 2008

is there an wireless bridge that work with N technology?.

I have this problem too.
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wesleyterry Thu, 11/27/2008 - 19:02

Neither of the Cisco Outdoor bridges use N technology. However, I believe the 1250 AP which supports the N draft can be configured in root-bridge mode (when autonomous) so I assume this root mode and non-root mode work with the N function too.

Since this is in indoor Access Point though, you would need to environmentally protect the AP if you wanted to bridge outdoors (be it a fancy housing... or perhaps just extending the AP antennas from indoor to outdoor...?)

cullajay1414 Thu, 03/05/2009 - 22:41

After reading your reply, I have a question below.

To have 1250 AP in bridge mode, directional antenna(s) should be installed.

I am wondering how many directional antennas to be needed for both sides.

just one each or more?



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