I am looking at implementing building to building wireless using Cisco 1310 bridges. This would be a backup link between the 2 buildings. The primary link is 3 T-1's. There are about 250 users connecting back here for application and internet. I am assuming that since the speed over the wireless is more than the existing T-1's that there shouldn't be a problem with latency. Am I missing anything with my thinking?
If you use a BR1310 to cover 3 T1s you should be fine.
The BR1310 can get up to 54mbs (28mbs in reality due the the nature of half duplex devices such as these bridges).So even with less than ideal signal quality and strength you should have no problem getting that kind of throughput.Ideal links get in the low to mid 20s.
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