Nathan C. Smith
smith at ipmvs.com
Thu Jun 2 21:07:57 CDT 2005
Check here: 'http://www.locustworld.com/' Not using it myself, but it is
I run a wireless network for a few neighbors. I figure 1-5 Mbps is OK, the
bottleneck is still the link back to the Internet. Even mailserver access
at those speeds kicks what some people have with their ISPs in the pants.
I have two users using the WDS feature, In my Experience, it is way to
finicky and product-specific.
From: n.d [mailto:admin at c0wzftp.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2005 5:24 PM
To: Central Iowa Linux Users Group
Subject: [Cialug] waps
is there a way to "link" wireless access points together to form a web
of waps without using cat5? in other words doing it wirelessly???
kinda interested in this as i want to link up with a few other people in
my neighborhood. my wap gets about 1500meters range @54mbps. beyond
that i get around 11-30mbps.
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