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More than two Virtual AP's

 
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:09 pm    Post subject: More than two Virtual AP's Reply with quote

Hello, I did a few searches with a couple different terms; I could not come up with an exact yes or no (probably due to how I described my search). I would like to know if robin supports more than two virtual ap's? I was hoping to add a third.

Assuming it can be done, where can I go to for information on how to make the changes?
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

supporting more than two APs is not a software problem, but every new AP diverts resources from the (single!) radio module,as well as from cpu expecially in case of WPA AP: we must not overlook the limitations of a generic 180MHz board such as OM1P, nanostation ,...and so on.
Things change or could change in case of AR71XX based ruters ( > 300MHz cpu), however 1 to 4 APs support is currently planned only for Robin.v2, i.e. for ubiquiti-M2 models or equivalent models from other manufacturers.
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