We do it this way, using a trunk port on a Cisco switch:
-Put ether1 and nstreme1 as ports in bridge1
-create mgmt vlan on bridge1 (vlanx)
-assign mgmt ip address to vlanx
Everything else will be trunked through.
900 MHz has a better ability to penetrate obstructions than 2.4 GHz, such as a few trees or walls, but NOTHING can penetrate the ground like that path needs. Even through trees there is significant signal loss.I thought that 900mzh could go through almost any thing?