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Workgroup Bridge with 802.11n

Hi,

What bandwith is possible between one AP 1250 (workgroup-bridge and Access-Point)with the 802.1n standart?

regards

Pascal

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Re: Workgroup Bridge with 802.11n

You can configure 1100, 1130, 1200, 1230, 1240, and 1250 series access points as workgroup bridges. In workgroup bridge mode, the unit associates to another access point as a client and provides a network connection for the devices connected to its Ethernet port. For example, if you need to provide wireless connectivity for a group of network printers, you can connect the printers to a hub or to a switch, connect the hub or switch to the access point Ethernet port, and configure the access point as a workgroup bridge. The workgroup bridge associates to an access point on your network.

If your access point has two radios, either the 2.4-GHz radio or the 5-GHz radio can function in workgroup bridge mode. When you configure one radio interface as a workgroup bridge, the other radio interface the other remains up.

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Re: Workgroup Bridge with 802.11n

Using 5GHz, with channel bonding and at least 2 streams going on each channel, you can get up to 300Mbps data rate. If you tweak the configuration (short guard interval/packet aggregation), you may get 140-180Mbps of throughput.

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