This is the correct assumption.IF i have understand clearly the diagram, it is simple just config the wireless link in mode bridge and it will pass all vlans as trunk do, and in the "station" cisco sw you will access vlans per port
It certainly does, Alvarion VL systems are full dup. They run nicely.I believe full duplex in multipoint mode does not have sense.
We use a flexible extender when we have 3 in a single box. http://www.adexelec.com/pci32.htm and look for the flexible MPCI-FLEX towards the bottom.in my case it's a dual polarity 32db pacwireless dish on each end.
you can only fit 2 xr5s into the rb433ah, there isnt enough room for 3...
I can only assume you mean in relation to n......RouterOS currently doesn't support 5 and 10MHz channel width due to some technical difficulties and restrictions. Maybe this will be overcome in the future.