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Bundeling of wireless bridges.

Hi,

I need best practice advice on the folowing :

2 buildings are connected trough a wireless brigde link. Both are 1300 bridges.

Building A has an 2950

Building B has an 3750

I want to add another bridge to up my bandwidth. From reading on this site, etherchannel is not an supported practice, i cannot load balance on l3 since i do not have routers on both sides.

I was thinking of creating dual trunks and dividing the vlans on the bridges and use pvst.

Any advice ?

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Re: Bundeling of wireless bridges.

You can set up two pairs of bridges to add redundancy or load balancing to your bridge link. Refer URL

http://cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/1300/12.3_7_JA/configuration/guide/b37ovrv.html#wp1035113

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