Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor

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Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-05 13:33:38
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Model: EAP610-Outdoor  
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Re:Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-05 13:35:21

  @Lindsay_Bence 

Can the picture be achieved with the EAP610-outdoor or do I need different devices?

 

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Re:Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-08 05:56:31

  @Lindsay_Bence 

 

Fist of all, there must be a root EAP connect to the router, then other APs can connect to the root EAP based Mesh.

The Mesh function is only available among the EAPs, not between EAP and router.

 

If you wanna create different subnets, suggest you check this:

https://www.tp-link.com/en/support/faq/3091/

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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Re:Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-08 08:43:33

  @Virgo 

Hello Virgo, Sorry, I don't understand how your reply answers my question.

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Re:Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-08 09:32:37

  @Lindsay_Bence 

what's the goal of your network setup?

it seems strange for this picture. since you have 4g routers, how would they build up a lan? that's almost impossible for having some many nat routers. 

1 nat, 1 or multiple switches hosting the DHCP server, works

multiple nats, no switches + eap, don't make sense to me. 

ScReW yOu gUyS. I aM GOinG hoMe. —————————————————————— For heaven's sake, can you write and describe your issue based on plain fact, common logic and a methodologic approach? Appreciate it.
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Re:Mesh Setup for EAP610-Outdoor
2022-11-08 11:17:34

  @Tedd404 

Hello Tedd

This is a full mesh, vehicle mounted systems. The vehicles will have their own infrastructure, so they can work in isolation and come in and out of the mesh automatically as they move in range. The question I can't find the answer to is, is it possible to have the nodes connecting to more than one root and can they exist in more than one mesh, or once they are adopted they are locked in.

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