I was ask to make two wireless bridges using three access points (cisco aironet 2602e) connecting three buildings. The idea was to use one AP with 2 antennas to create two bridges to the remote sites (2602e ap with one antenna each). I've found AIR-ANT2566P4W-R antenna. Is it possible to plug in two antennas to one 2602e AP to connect it to 2 remote antennas? I've read that i can plug in only one antenna to one AP due to AP protocol/hardware requirements - is that true?
Another question - if it's impossible, can I use other antenna model (sector antenna)? There is 60 degrees horizontal space between two remote sites from the main site perspective (no more then 210 meters and 85 meters distance to the remote sites). Can any antenna handle such connection?
Hi I have this primary configuration on the primary CSR Router in the HA
mode in same AZ but I am not seeing failover to secondary CSR I am
seeing on the backup router that the API call was successful. 10 10 Actv
success Thu Jun 9 18:13:50 2016 syslog app...
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