On 3/9/09, Marten Vijn <i...@martenvijn.nl> wrote:
>
> 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.



True, using an AP as a reapeater does compromise on your bandwidth, guess
its only helpful in cases where you're wanting to extend coverage and not
ness improve connectivity.

Best for performance
> - big antenna's antenna's  (reduces noise from clients)
> - channel planning
> - ap's in bridging mode (no routing or NAT)
>
> *Configuring your APs to use different channel from one another.


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
>
>
>
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