Does it matter which side is the access point, and which is a subscriber unit on a point to point configuration?
Under normal circumstances, it does not matter which side is the subscriber, and which side is the access point. Both act as transceivers, pushing and pulling the data.
How many Ethernet devices can I attach to each subscriber unit?
A total of 128 Ethernet devices are supported per access point. A subscriber unit has one Ethernet port and can connect to an Ethernet switch to aggregate multiple Ethernet devices.
How many subscribers can I connect to each access point?
All access points can connect to up to 16 subscriber units, with exception to the AW900F and AW900FS radios, which can connect to up to 4 subscriber units.
Can a bridge pair become a point-to-multipoint configuration?
AW900xTR and AW2400xTR can be reconfigured for point-to-multipoint configuration. AW58x00 series: Due to licensing and legal requirements, bridge pairs cannot be configured as point to multi-point. To create a point to multi-point system, you need to ...
How does a point to multipoint system work?
A point to multipoint system uses one access point (AP) radio with up to 16 subscriber radios (SU) to create a multipoint network link extension. Each SU must be individually keyed to the AP before installation. After key exchanging the installation ...
How many VoIP phones can be used simultaneously?
Testing has shown that up to 14 VoIP phones can work simultaneously with the point-to-multipoint system. For the test, one VoIP phone was connected to each subscriber unit. The subscriber units were all linked to the same access point. 14 VoIP phones ...