I read on the net about wds that
WDS can be used to provide two modes of wireless AP-to-AP connectivity:
â¢ Wireless Bridging in which WDS APs communicate only with each other and don't allow wireless clients or Stations (STA) to access them
â¢ Wireless Repeating in which APs communicate with each other and with wireless STAs
I also read about the throughput drop when connecting in the repeater mode, but i did not understand why the throughput drops?
Suppose there is a daisy chain of 4 repeaters, how much will be the throughput drop? will it be half ? or more?
what abt WDS in Wireless Bridging mode, is there also a throughput drop?
Another query I had was,
Suppose we have 4 WDS connections, all in Wireless Repeating mode.
Can we achieve a roaming wifi client succesfully?
What would be the thoughput drop?
What would be the distance between two WDS(reapter) devices? Will it have to be twice that of the client distance/range, so as to connect to one the the Repeaters?