From: Ahmad Saeed <asaeed@wa...> - 2000-11-22 19:25:15
Try a distance value of twice the actual distance. This is the time to wait
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1. BR340 power connector (Matthew Winther)
2. BR340 distances in multipoint network (Daniel Kalchev)
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 12:52:28 -0700
From: Matthew Winther <winther@...>
To: Tim Kennedy <tkennedy@...>, aironet@...
Subject: [Aironet] BR340 power connector
Does anyone know how makes the power connector for the BR340?
From: Daniel Kalchev <daniel@...>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 22:37:11 +0200
Subject: [Aironet] BR340 distances in multipoint network
I am having weird experience building an 'long-distance' multihop
network of BR340 units. Distances between bridges range from 5 to 45
km and some of the bridges are configured as Access Points in order to
connect WGB340 and PCI340 clients.
Over the longer distances, point-to-point works reasonably well, but
when in multipoint mode (more than one client/parent) things go wrong.
I tried enabling the RTS/CTS protocol (by setting the menu item to
various values, including 0), with no much success.
Has anyone build such network and if so - how you managed? :-)
Are there special knobs? What is the real purpose of the 'Distance'
config item? It seems to have no relation with reality...
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