I'm in the process of extending our office network to a building across the street (150 feet away with clear LOS). The group moving over there does constant file transferring (5Gb - 20Gb), so I want to go with something fast but not break the bank. The 1300 series only does G, so it's not fast enough. However, it is cheap, so loadbalancing over two sets of 1300s could be an option. The 1552e looks like it might do what I want, but I can't really tell. From the documentation it sounds like it might require a controller. Does anyone know if it can be used as a point to point bridge without a controller?
I browsed Aruba's site, and it looks like they have like 10 different APs that do what I want, while Cisco's selection seems rather limited. Anyone have any experience with something like this.
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