Ok, well... what is the best option to achieve my goal? Is there any tutorial i can follow to get things done.Both options are bad, but the second one is still muuuuch better.
Ideally you need separate radios for PtP backbone and for serving clients.
Is this better option then? One ssid, one wifi of course.There is no universal solution.
Too many factors: inside/outside, distances, obstacles, number of clients, uplink speed, neighbouring network, etc.
And the best option can be found only after at least basic radio analysis at the location.
Ok, nice! Thank you! And for the "same wifi everywhere" i just put same SSID and password intersecting and that's it, or i need to do something more?Sure!
If you can connect all the APs by wire it will be the best and the easiest solution.
Only thing to keep in mind - use different non-overlapping channels on the adjacent APs.
Ok, thank you so much! Now i know where to start and how to do it, so my problem if fixed! Thank's again. All the bestyes... at least in ideal world that would just work....
But in reality you will have to carefully adjust tx power on all APs to they only cover wanted rooms/parts of the building. Because often client doesn't want to roam and can hold on to signal that's from other end of the building, even if it's not the strongest. Use non-overlapping channels or if you have to re-use the channel, do it as far from other one as possible.
Also look into CAPSman, it may help you manage all the APs from the main RB easily.
And yes, connecting all APs to the ethernet backbone is clearly the best way, so 2.4GHz is only used for clients, like it should be.
Just one more thing. How do i force capsman to use different channels for other routers? i added 3 channels, but all of my routers are on 2462 channel? How to fix it, i have 4 routers connected and i need to connect 14 more, i have to find solutionNo dhcp server is needed on the cAPs.