First try: http://www.mikrotik.com/docs/ros/2.9/Hi!
I got 3 APs (3 x Micronet SP918GK) and i wont to bridge them!
I think with EoIP, right?
I purchansed 3 TP-LINK cards TL-WN651G (Atheros AR5213).
Now plz help with that EoIP bridge...
1st AP ip is 192.168.2.121 and interface wlan1
2nd AP ip is 192.168.2.122 and interface wlan2
3th AP ip is (guess) 192.168.2.123 and interface wlan3
2nd question is: tx_power for Atheros? Maximum setting is?
3th question is: signal strenght? Better is bigger value or?
-75 is better than -88!?
Thanks on your help!
You may try to use WDS between micronet AP's and Mikrotik. From micronet specs we can see they support WDS mode.Anyway i wont to connect 3 APs to work in one network!
So, you want each of those 3 APs to connect wirelessly to your Mikrotik router which contains 3 Atheros radios?Okay, I'll take a stab at this...
So, you want each of those 3 APs to connect wirelessly to your Mikrotik router which contains 3 Atheros radios?
If this is the case, you could set the mode for each of the 3 radios in the Mikrotik to station and route the links.
Or, you could try station-wds and bridge them - read up on the wireless docs as there are examples on how to do this. Not sure if wds will work with your other APs, if not buy some more Mikrotiks In general, you'll need to create a bridge interface, and set each radio's wds-default-bridge to that bridge interface and the wds-mode to dynamic. Assign your IP to the bridge interface.
If this isn't what you are trying to do, you need to be more specific.