I have been listening to the PLEC WLAN course and am a bit unclear about the multi site scenario whereby there is a main building with 3 or 4 other sites being fed by an omni directional aerial.The course example is that the main site is capable of running at 11 meg but the satellitesare set to 2 meg perhaps because of distance so that each site's max. speed is 2 meg.The speaker goes on to intimate that if there was another site that was very close to the main building it could run at 11 megs,but is this using the same bridge as everyone else or a separate one used just for an 11 meg link
Nilesh - the question I'm asking is this - if spoke site B can only run at say 2 megs because of distance or whatever can site C which might be really close and therefor able to run at 11 megs run at 11 megs ,in other words mixed speeds - I suspect not but the Cisco notes are a little ambiguous
Yes you can have clients all running at different speeds
As a client moves further away from the AP it will step down the speed in order to maintain a reliable connection, this will have no bearing on the operation of clients that are closer to the AP
You can configure on the AP the minimum speed that you what the clients to drop down to The paramter you use to configure this is Data rate on the Radio hardware page. Please see this link for further details
thanks for your reply however the question is about bridges not access points - I am talking about a root bridge feeding perhaps 2 or 3 remote sites via an omni directional antenna.The question is can 2 of the remote sites be running at say 2 meg because of distance away from hub (main) bridge and the third site run at 11 megs because it is much closer and the signal is better
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