Need to create a 2-4 km Point to Multipoint Bridge connections
I have attached a drawing with shows exacly what i want to do and the distances in each side. If i want to go 802.11n is aironet 1500 the only one that can cover those areas or is there another solution. If not, i will go 1300 and traditional b/g. Seccond question, do i need 4 ap's and 4 directional antenas or is there another solution. And last what antenas and what ap's should i choose for what i have in mind. Thanks in advance
"If i want to go 802.11n is aironet 1500 the only one that can cover those areas or is there another solution. If not, i will go 1300 and traditional b/g."
I don't believe Cisco has released any 802.11n bridging hardware. The 1250 has commands to set a bridge mode but this is not recommended or supported by Cisco. For the time being your options are the 1300 (g) or the 1400 (a).
"Seccond question, do i need 4 ap's and 4 directional antenas or is there another solution."
Based on your diagram, you need 5 APs, 4 directional, and one omni.
"And last what antenas and what ap's should i choose for what i have in mind."
My recommendation would usually be to use 1400s rather than 1300s, simply because you're much less likely to encounter contention/noise in the 5GHz space. If you want to use the 1300s for cost reasons, definitely do a careful survey.
I can assure you that Point-To-Point Bridge is supported on the 1250 is you are using 12.4(21a)JA1. I have it setup here right now. Unfortunately I had to raise a TAC request because the Cisco documentation (Document ID #68087) is incorrect.
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