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Jan 3, 2012

I want to start implementing a small outdoor mesh network of 3 APs Aironet 1550 in order to grow afterward with more APs. Is there any way to configure those 3 APs in an outdoor mesh configuration (for example, only one RAP and two MAPs) without a Wireless LAN Controller or I have to have at least, one WLC? My idea is to have a WLC 5508, but at the very beginning I don't know if my budget is gonna allow me to cost the WLC.

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My problem ist that i have 4 air-cap-1552e APs witch are powerde trugh Power Injectors. They worked fine for a few days but then the controller (7.2.111.3) lose connection to them. Right now i have only one Joined AP. The other 3 are status not joined. I can Ping all 4 Aps and wifi clients are connected through them.

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Oct 14, 2012

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My channel is set to 161 with a 40 MHz channel-width, and a power of 3 configured.After many days of trying different power settings, channel settings, and such, I can't get better results than above and my channel utilization stays > 75% at all times. I do have video cameras attached to the other bridges switches, and have video QoS set to Bronze and the cameras configured to ~ 1 Mbit bandwidth maximum. Also, average RAP-MAP distance is ~ 1100 ft and average MAP-MAP distance is 400 ft, with the longest RAP-MAP being 1400 ft and MAP-MAP distance being 875 ft.

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Here's the current configuration in our organization (which I believe is incorrect):We have a number of Cisco 1500 series AP's (22 in total), that are mounted outdoors to provide seamless WiFi coverage over a large area. Each AP however has its own physical ethernet connection back to the WLC (All the AP's are marked as Root AP's). They are all broadcasting the same SSID. We have tried to stagger the channel selection but because there are only three non-overlapping channels to choose from, and in some areas the density of AP's is quite high, there is multiple places of channel interference. With this configuration we experience 100-150 disconnects from clients every day. (Our clients are mobile so they move throughout the coverage area constantly).

My idea is to switch the AP's to the same channel thereby forming a wireless mesh, use the built in functionality of the 1500 series to use 802.11a as the backhaul, designate one or two AP's as root AP's and wire them back to the WLC. Thereby forming a WiFi mesh, which if I'm not mistaken is the point of the 1500 series in the first place!

I am however completely new at WiFi networks and wondering if I am simply mistaken in what I believe my proposed changes will enable, or if there is a better way to tackle the WiFi topology.

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My parents for the last few years have discussed a desire to be able to get internet access out at their pond.  The pond is located about 200 feet or so from the house.  Roughly between the house and pond is our barn. I would like to set up an outdoor network that would give them access to the internet at these ranges.
 
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I have WLC 5508 with 6.0 software  and kept in main office and 10 sites are connected . I created Group and hreap for the sites AP.Now customer wants the secondary WLC to keep on one another site. And the customer is asking all the configuration like ap group and all should come to secondary wlc automatically . In future also if he create any new group in primary it should come in secondary wlc.And if primary goes down the secondary should controll all the sites and when comes up primary should taken care.Active standbye mode.

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(Cisco Controller) show>interface detailed management
Interface Name................................... managementMAC Address...................................... IP Address....................................... 10.1.1.20IP Netmask.......................................

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 static (DMZ,Orange) 195.X.X.X 192.168.2.42 netmask  255.255.255.255
  
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Apr 22, 2012

I am replacing a cisco linksys router with a 1941w.
 
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Where I have an issue is:
 
A) Finding a way to turn on the wireless and make it use the same DHCP as wired and setting up a user name/wep password
 
B) Turning on the GUI that is supposed to be embedded on this.
 
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Here is my current configuration, and with it I can get onto the wired network and get to the internet.
 
Current configuration : 4712 bytes
!
! No configuration change since last restart
version 15.1
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