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IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

Hi all,

 

Is it possible to to over-the-air mesh configuration with AP225 on code 6.4.3.4-4.2.1.0 ?

 

I can do wired first join, but I would like to see if there was a way without first connecting it to the same subnet/vlan as VC.

 

Thank you.

 

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Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

No, it must join wired first.



Colin Joseph
Aruba Customer Engineering

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Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

Hello this is somewhat related to my questions i am trying to figure out if this IAP would be able to handle mesh over a distance of about 175ft?

Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

It's possible, depending on the conditions and setup (AP orientation, channels used, noise floor, environment, etc) and use case/application. Best case would be to test it as we don't do longer range mesh testing on indoor APs. 

Jerrod Howard
Sr. Techical Marketing Engineer
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Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

Thank you for the advice. 

Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

If it's clear line of sight, no interference, no obstructions and both ceiling mounted, throughput should be approx 30-60Mbps HT20, or approx 50-100Mbps for HT40.

Jerrod Howard
Sr. Techical Marketing Engineer
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Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

Ok so what you are saying is I should be able to run these as a mesh with this distance as long as I have them both ceiling mounted and a clear line of sight? I mean I am talking about 5-15Mbps at the high end.

Re: IAP225 Over-the-air Mesh

Yes

Jerrod Howard
Sr. Techical Marketing Engineer
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