#149 Mesh-supported hardware

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opened 3 months ago by neffer · 1 comments
neffer commented 3 months ago

I am looking for a new router plus accesspoints, that supports Mesh-networking.

Currently I own a WNDR3800 with LibreCMC installed, and i can see that i can install packages that can activate "802.11s". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11s ...but it does not work, when i try to install and activate it.

So i guess, that LibreCMC supports "Mesh or 802.11s", but my hardware does not.

What hardware would you recommend me to buy? It is for home use, so i guess 2-3 access points should be fine.

I am sorry if I am posting this question in the wrong place, but I have not been able to find a LibreCMC forum, where this is discussed.

I am looking for a new router plus accesspoints, that supports Mesh-networking. Currently I own a WNDR3800 with LibreCMC installed, and i can see that i can install packages that can activate "802.11s". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11s ...but it does not work, when i try to install and activate it. So i guess, that LibreCMC supports "Mesh or 802.11s", but my hardware does not. What hardware would you recommend me to buy? It is for home use, so i guess 2-3 access points should be fine. I am sorry if I am posting this question in the wrong place, but I have not been able to find a LibreCMC forum, where this is discussed.
neffer commented 2 months ago
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I have now made some more research on the subject.

What i was trying to accomplish is to have uninterrupted WiFi connection when moving around in the house, for the different access-points.

Mesh seems to do that trick, but with some more research, I have found out, that it is 802.11r "fast transition" that i need to set up.

I will close the subject.

I have now made some more research on the subject. What i was trying to accomplish is to have uninterrupted WiFi connection when moving around in the house, for the different access-points. Mesh seems to do that trick, but with some more research, I have found out, that it is 802.11r "fast transition" that i need to set up. I will close the subject.
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