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can bridging support high traffic ?

i have 2 data center and need to be connected together ,

so if i connect them by outdoor AP like AP-275 ,

what is the max data rate TX/RX ?

can bridging support  high data rate traffic ?

 

notice that :

2 building are LOS and distance is about 100 meter .

the 2 data center have alot of traffic .

 

please advice

 

thanks ,

Best Regards,

 

Ehab Atef

Network Engineer

 

Super Contributor I

Re: can bridging support high traffic ?

Mesh isn't currently supported on AC APs. It should be coming soon. Once it does I would look at an AP-274 with high gain directional for backhaul.
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Re: can bridging support high traffic ?

Sustaining high throughput 802.11ac with mesh  would require very close (less than 9  meters) proximity between transmit and receiver to sustain the highest rates, just like it does with clients.  It is even more difficult trying to implementing this outdoors due to the increased interference.  I would not even think about doing wireless between datacenters...

 

 

 


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Re: can bridging support high traffic ?

For only 100m you might consider talking to a cabling service about fiber. That's a pretty short run, and you could sustain much better throughout.
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