On Thu, 21 Sep 2006, Tom DeReggi wrote:
Just remember OSPF does not detect packet loss, and does not properly switch to backup channels or switches to frequently between channels on marginal links. So when you use two spectrum channels for 1 link, you double your chance that the link will get interference and degration.
OSPF detecting packet loss? Switching channels? That's the job of the radios. OSPF will simply use the links, regardless of the channel or even type of radio. ANY FDX radio is going to be 2 radios (and therefore 2 channels).
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