Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-09 Thread John Thomas
If you use managed switches on both ends that properly support EtherChannel and/or LACP, then your down time should be about 30 seconds or less as the trunks setup. The main thing is that you will want the links as balanced as you can get them. John Thomas Ugo Bellavance wrote: Hi everyone

Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-06 Thread Ugo Bellavance
Josh Luthman wrote: I am certain you can use MT on each side to do a fdx link. Not sure what else is easy and a good price. MT? What does it stand for? Fdx? I guess you mean Full-Duplex? Thanks, Ugo WISPA

Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-06 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
Ugo Bellavance wrote: Josh Luthman wrote: I am certain you can use MT on each side to do a fdx link. Not sure what else is easy and a good price. MT? What does it stand for? www.mikrotik.com www.routerboard.com Fdx? I guess you mean Full-Duplex? Thanks,

Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-06 Thread Dennis Burgess
Don't know what kind of wifi, but maybe put in a MT ad get more BW between buildings would be simpler. Another thing, you can run bonded connections, and balancing them across several wireless connections. -- * Dennis Burgess, CCNA, A+, Mikrotik Certified Trainer

[WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-05 Thread Ugo Bellavance
Hi everyone We are using a pfsense firewall to protect some kind of WiFi campus. Here is the current setup: Building 1 [PfSense - Netgear switch - WiFi Antenna (1)] - RF - Building 2 [WiFi Antenna - Netgear switch - Client computers]. We have a few buildings that are all connected to the

Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-05 Thread Ugo Bellavance
BTW the antennas are SkyPilots. Thanks, Ugo Ugo Bellavance wrote: Hi everyone We are using a pfsense firewall to protect some kind of WiFi campus. Here is the current setup: Building 1 [PfSense - Netgear switch - WiFi Antenna (1)] - RF - Building 2 [WiFi Antenna - Netgear switch -

Re: [WISPA] Tricky infrastructure question

2008-12-05 Thread Josh Luthman
I am certain you can use MT on each side to do a fdx link. Not sure what else is easy and a good price. On 12/5/08, Ugo Bellavance [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BTW the antennas are SkyPilots. Thanks, Ugo Ugo Bellavance wrote: Hi everyone We are using a pfsense firewall to protect some kind