03-09-2010 11:26 AM
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03-09-2010 02:02 PM
Just a note. If all APs are on the same network and/or subnet then all APs can share the same channel. Channel overlap is not such an issue when all APs are on the same network.
03-10-2010 02:25 AM
03-10-2010 06:43 AM
Ok, this all worked very well for me. Many thanks. I reconfigured the WAP and got very good wireless download speeds.
Just a couple more questions, I hope.
1. If I add a second WAP in another location, would I adjust the static IP to be one step different. The WAP comes factory configured at 192.168.1.245. Would I just change the static IP address of one of the devices to 192.168.1.246 - or should I do something different? Any other complications with adding a second WAP?
2. If I wanted to add security to the overall wireless system, how is that best accomplished? And, can the WAPs remain on different channels?
3. If I add security, does it compromise speed or anything else? Thanks
03-10-2010 11:13 AM
Having just read your original post regarding the speed issue.
If you have the WAP54G in repeater mode you wil experience a 50% drop in data throughput. This is a known issue.
If you have EoP then I sugest you use that and set the WAP54G as a normal AP.
03-10-2010 11:18 AM