Question: Access point to acces point bridged connection posible? 802.11ax
So I want to build a "custom" wireless home network.
My home is rectangular and pretty long (large corridor), at the same time i have my ISP modem and router (ONT access) at one of the longest edges of my home. Knowing all of that I wanted to design a wireless network based on 2 AP (keeping the ISP router as a router, no wireless) and using 2 devices Archer AX55 as AP (because i couldn't find TP-LINK "official" AP capable of using 802.11ax IEEE standard).
Because of the shape of my home, both AP wouldn't have LOS (line of sight). Because of this, I made this mental design:
ISP Modem -> ISP router -> AX55 (AP) -> A wireless bridge -> AX55 (AP)
My questions are:
1. Is this configuration possible? With that, I mean: are AX55 capable to be configured as AP and share a bridged AP connection?
2. How can I implement the bridge itself? I have looked for some similar devices to wireless bridges. Can I configure an RE700X as a bridge? Or maybe it's better to connect both AP as a point-to-point AP connection? Is it possible?