I have been asked to provide a point - point wireless link between a site with an adequate WAN connection and one with no WAN connection then access from three small wired networks.
I have access to the following equipment ..2 X Cisco 350 Wireless Bridges 5 X Cisco 1231 Access Points
I propose the follwing scenario ... a Root Bridge (Cisco 350) on the WAN site, a Non Root Bridge on the non WAN site (Cisco 350) (for the link) and three 1200 Access Points (in workgroup bridge mode).
I will use the two 350's to set up the point - point link back to the WAN connection and use the 1231's in workgroup bridge mode as the link back to the wireless network for the 3 wired networks.
The question I have is regarding the channels to use, I understand that both the 350 bridges need to be on the same channel and have assigned them channel 1, but I can find no documentation to indicate which channels I should have the workgroup bridges on.
I realise that as I am using 802.11b devices I should only be using channels 1, 6 and 11 so I don't have much room for manoeuvre and would appreciate any advice.
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