Freak me! 100 year old mansion? Gee whiz! You got one huge obstacle. It's called the WALL! Those walls are sooo dense they eat wireless signal. You need to think about putting an AP in every room you want coverage. The wireless signal will not be able to get through the concrete walls.
The 861W cannot control a 1040. Where are you planning to put the 861W? Is it in the midst of your wireless coverage?
First, what is your budget. This will drive your design I'm sure. 3 floor old mansion I bet you will need more than 2 aps. I live in a 4,000 sq foot home and I have 3 aps for my voice grade network.
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