I currently have a scenario where a dozen clients are connected to a 5.8GHz AP where one is a NLOS link. The link quality is fine for this client during normal conditions but when it rains it becomes a little unstable which the customer is fine with as they have no alternative. The problem that I have is when the weather is poor it can cause a lot of jitter to the other clients on the same AP especially when the NLOS link is trying to be used. I’m wondering if this is an RF or IP issue. If it’s an issue at the IP layer then I wonder if setting up a Mikrotik box as the AP with a virtual AP for the NLOS link and a virtual AP for the rest would get round this problem.


            Any thoughts or experiences??






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