From: ASTI Sison, Alma N. <ANS<ison@ay...> - 2001-05-21 00:28:42
Alma N. Sison
Network & Communications Group
Ayala Systems Technology, Inc.
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Subject: Aironet digest, Vol 1 #375 - 3 msgs
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1. Aironet BR340 Bridge Password Problem (Mike Shaw)
2. AP350 range (Daniel Kalchev)
3. Long-haul Point-to-Point w/Aironet (Brian Capouch)
From: "Mike Shaw" <mshaw@...>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 12:08:16 -0400
Subject: [Aironet] Aironet BR340 Bridge Password Problem
Can anyone tell me how to erase all configured data and put the Aironet 340
bridge back to an 'out-of-the-box' default state. We have many bridges
where people forget the passwords and we can't get back in to change
Note: This is not an Access Point, but a 'building-to-building' bridge.
From: Daniel Kalchev <daniel@...>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 20:12:01 +0300
Subject: [Aironet] AP350 range
I had an unsucessful attempt to connect to Aironet AP352 over longish
(15-20 km). 24 dBi directional antennas were used and the remote was WGB342
the signal strength seems reasonable, but the AP reports zeto 'to station'
Replacing the AP352 with BRI342 and setting up the 'distance' parameter
resulted in perfect link...
Is it possible to instruct the Aironet AP (340 and 350 series) to set the
distance parameters? If so, what is the magic? (SNMP perhaps?)
If not, what is the distance that can be served, if the AP is equiped with
appropriate antennas (directional or amplified)?
Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 13:58:32 -0500
From: Brian Capouch <brianc@...>
Subject: [Aironet] Long-haul Point-to-Point w/Aironet
I was wondering if there are people on the list who have experience
using the Aironet cards to do long-distance communications, and if so,
if I could get a sense about the practical limits of that technology.
One particular question that surfaced yesterday that seems to be in some
dispute amongst the experts I've talked to: is raising an
omnidirectional antenna high into the air a generally good way to
increase range? I had one person tell me "Yes, for sure," while another
said something along the lines of "You get greater benefits when you do
that with directional antennas; with omnis there is a limit to how much
you gain when you raise it further up."
Thanks in advance,
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