We have a customer with a data / voice need and were thinking about using the new 1400 series bridges.
Anyone have any experience using these new bridges with voice and data?
For our app, the remote site is only 500 ft. away with clear line of site. The number of phone users in the remote site will be low--maybe 4 now up to 8 later. Phones will be standard, no IP phones. The data requirements will also be low, a few to several PCs.
It is better to use the QOS feature in the bridge or should we enable it in an external router?
In looking at the data sheet, the 1400 looks fairly voip freindly, will we need a voip gateway to go from analog to ethernet on both sides?
Does co-locating two 350 series bridges, one for voice the other for data make better sense?
The Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Wireless Bridge have some advanced features such as quality of service (QoS) , enabling packet prioritization for voice, video, and data. Trunking up to 24 voice-over-IP (VoIP) circuits over point-to-point links is also possible.
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