I'm trying to plan the best possible method for creating a full duplex wireless link using 802.11N with a full duplex speed up to 100mbps. Mikrotik has some newer equipment that has been released lately which I think helps create a better full duplex link using OSPF (http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/OSPF_to_s ... redundancy).
Can true full duplex be achieved using OSPF? There seems to be arguments for and against it.
A reason why I think OSPF in conjunction with the latest equipment is a better way to do full-duplex, is because it would offer a backup link using OSPF if an AP fails, and also means no cable loss.
This way at each site, I can have an RB750G performing the OSPF, with two RBSXT's plugged into the router serving as the wireless AP/Bridge. And then if one of the RBSXT's went down, the OSPF would acknowledge that and fix the path to work only over the one communicating pair of RBSXT's.
Thoughts about this setup? By using the latest technology, shouldn't people want to perform a wireless full-duplex this way rather than with multiple cards, and antennas?