I am building a network that would cover small coastal town square. 2,4 GHz for clients and 5 GHz for backbone interconnection between APs. There will be 6 APs in total, 5 of them with both client and backbone radios and 1 additional with only backbone. All of that in 200m radius. Client radios are not a problem I am concerned with backbone.
My first intention was to use dynamic mesh to interconnect all APs, so if there is loss of signal between any two APs (for example, mast of sailing boat, larger ship in harbour) there would be route through other AP.
I also planned to use nv2 as all APs would have several clients (other APs) and nv2 should be better for such use.
Now I realized that nv2 and dynamic mesh do not work together. Why is that so? Or I am doing something wrong?
So if that is the case should I use 802.11 and dynamic mesh and risk poor behavior of 802.11 in multipoint environment or use nv2 and have benefits of nv2 in multipoint environment, but use some different mesh setup?
Is there any other kind of mesh setup that I could use with nv2?
Problem is if I put AP bridge-station setup, that if AP fails or station looses connection to it (ships, sailing boats), it cannot go through other station. In dynamic mesh all points can be setup as AP bridge so if one point fails there is a route through other.