On Mon, 2009-03-09 at 17:51 +0000, Dev Mohanty wrote: > > > You could also use the APs in repeater mode with the same SSID, if you're > planning to use more then one AP. > no that is no very handy if want some performance, a repeater eats bandwidth from the AP.
Best for performance - big antenna's antenna's (reduces noise from clients) - channel planning - ap's in bridging mode (no routing or NAT) In a classic E.U (U.S.?) - a server is in a server room - ap is in the class room - maybe use PoE (803.af) over your wired network best, Marten > Cheers, > Dev > > On 3/9/09, John Watlington <w...@laptop.org> wrote: > > Unless your school is very small, using dedicated wireless > interface > in the server is probably not > a good idea. > > We suggest dedicated access points as schools with more than > 40 - 50 > students will need more > than one access point, and they are best spread out (i.e. not > all the > antennas are within three feet > of the school server.) > > There is currently no effort in the XS configuration scripts > to > recognize and properly configure such > an interface. That doesn't mean it won't "just work", and I'm > sure > it could be made to work with minimal > effort. > > As Sameer said, let us know what you decide, and what works > for you! > > -- http://martenvijn.nl Marten Vijn http://www.deupsidevandown.nl *** http://har2009.org August 13-16th http://opencommunitycamp.org 26th Jul 2nd August _______________________________________________ Server-devel mailing list Serveremail@example.com http://lists.laptop.org/listinfo/server-devel