Scenario: One wds AP master (RB532) two wds slaves (RB112), all same SSID, all wds enabled dynamic.
Topology: All three devices are able to detect each other (not equal signal strength though - i.e. one wds slave is -72 to the AP, -60 at the other WDS slave)
Problem: When the master and any one of the slaves is active, then WDS comes up solid and strong - no problem at all. When the master and BOTH slaves are active, the WDS association rapidly flaps between each device. e.g. slave 2 associates with AP, then slave 1, then AP, then...
The only way around this that I have so far been able to determine is to set the slaves to static WDS config.
I have been toying with the idea of setting up some smart scripting to dynamically create a static wds bridge as soon as a dynamic link comes up, and then remove it again if the link is lost.
Can anyone suggest whether this is a feasible plan, or whether there exists some alternative solution?
Thanks, regards, Mike.