cisco aironet 1410 bridge integrated antenna vs sector antenna
i need assistance with a wireless bridge deployment , i currently have a couple of 1410 bridges with integrated antenna and a couple of 1410 bridges with sectoral antenna , please can someone tell me which one is meant to be the root and non root bridge.
i am thinking the bridges with sectoral antenna should be around my datacenter as roots while the 1410 with integrated antenna should be installed at the distributions.
Re: cisco aironet 1410 bridge integrated antenna vs sector ante
the root or non-root role has nothing to do with the antenna. It will change nothing with that regards.
The only point of chosing root or non-root is :
-It's the root deciding the channel and power
-If it's a point to multipoint link, the root is the one centralizing everything. So in that case, it's best to have the non-root having the most directionnal antenna (pointed to the root) and the root having the most omni antenna (covering all the non-roots).
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