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What is lost by only connecting one Ethernet port on an IAP225?

So on IAP's where there is only one ethernet, what would be loss versus connecting two ethernets other than redundancy and throughput?

  • Range?
  • Power?
  • Bandwidth?

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Re: What is lost by only connecting one Ethernet port on an IAP225?

Only redundancy and throughput. Most deployments only use one interface.


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Re: What is lost by only connecting one Ethernet port on an IAP225?

Only redundancy and throughput. Most deployments only use one interface.


If this response is more than 1 year old, it may no longer be accurate. Please consult official Aruba documentation, TAC or your Aruba SE.

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Re: What is lost by only connecting one Ethernet port on an IAP225?

wow much extra throughput is lost?

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Re: What is lost by only connecting one Ethernet port on an IAP225?

The chances of reaching capacity on the gigabit interface are incredibly slim.



If this response is more than 1 year old, it may no longer be accurate. Please consult official Aruba documentation, TAC or your Aruba SE.

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