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Occasional Contributor II
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Registered: ‎06-04-2009

using the 2 radios of an AP as two mesh links

Hi,

i want to know is it valid to make two mesh kinks in the 2 radios of an AP like AP 125


thnx in advance
Guru Elite
Posts: 20,417
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Mesh


Hi,

i want to know is it valid to make two mesh kinks in the 2 radios of an AP like AP 125


thnx in advance




You can only use one radio on any access point for the mesh link. You can however, as of ArubaOS 3.4.x serve clients on both radios of a mesh ap.


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Occasional Contributor II
Posts: 67
Registered: ‎06-04-2009

Re: using the 2 radios of an AP as two mesh links

hi Colin,

would you please refer to the document that stated the feature of serving clients on both radios of mesh point and how to configure it?

also i need to know what is the maximum throughput per 802.11n mesh link as i want to bridge two building and the wireless link will carry video streaming ?

thanks in advance
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Posts: 20,417
Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Mesh - 802.11n


hi Colin,

would you please refer to the document that stated the feature of serving clients on both radios of mesh point and how to configure it?

also i need to know what is the maximum throughput per 802.11n mesh link as i want to bridge two building and the wireless link will carry video streaming ?

thanks in advance




Mesh over 802.11n was added in ArubaOS 3.4.x. In the ArubaOS 3.4.1 user guide, the section on how to configure secure enterprise mesh starts on page 211. It also discusses configuring mesh so that clients can connect to the mesh radio, as well as detailed mesh scenarios. Of course if you have clients on the mesh radio, naturally that will decrease mesh backhaul performance. The section that tells you how to configure secure enterprise mesh using "High Throughput" or 802.11n is on page 235.

I personally do not know the maximum throughput of an 802.11n mesh link.


Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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