Hi, I have to create a wireless network for a railway along a gallery 2.5km long. I am thinking about a daisy chain architecture compose by industrial switch positioned along the gallery and linked together in a daiysy chain topology by uplink fiber SFP module, and use Rapid Spanning Tree to avoid loop.
Is it a correct architecture or it could have some problems as lost packets or delay due the lan diameter too much long?
sorry could you still give me an advice? Speaking on the same architecture, what about scalability? How could I expand the campus if I had the need to extend my wireless network along the railway line? My idea is to put another switch in a second rail station and make it a part of the fiber ring, then build a new ring starting from it, and so on.
Do you think it's a right architecture? Could I figure out many loss and delayed packet issues? How many times it is possible to scale this architecture.
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