I`m already designing a point-to-multipoint bridging with Aironet 1300. On the central site I have a omnidirectional antenna and on the remote site integrated antenna. The question is: How much bandwith could I get if my topology is 1 central site a 5 remotes sites?
Does the 54Mbps bandiwith is share between 5 point or does each one could get 54 Mbps.?
In a point-to-multipoint configuration, two or more non-root bridges associate to a root bridge. Up to 17 non-root bridges can associate to a root bridge, but the non-root bridges must share the available bandwidth.
From this doc;
Cisco Aironet 1300 Series Outdoor Access Point/ Bridge
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