There is a very big difference from fiber mesh and wireless mesh.
Wireless is classicly a bunch of HDX links
where fiber is PtP links. Your example doesnt make it clear that the
difference is what cause's 802.11[a|b|g]
mesh "suck" and fiber/copper mesh's "not suck". The solution is multi
radio units that can select peers based
on more then just essid (channel, hop count to the edge, packet loss, ect)
Matt Liotta wrote:
Attached is a quick rundown of basic mesh theory that I put together
in light of the recent thread. It hasn't been peer reviewed or edited,
which I would normally do before sharing publicly. But since I only
wrote because of a thread on this list I figured I would just share
it. Feel free to pick it apart.
I do want to point out a couple of things though. First, this was
written in a generic way only covering mesh as a theory. As written it
can be applied to various transport technologies from fiber to
wireless; though I do provide an example using wireless P2P links.
Applying mesh theory to wireless P2MP or ad-hoc networks would require
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