Mike, you really solved my problem! All the links were in channel 1...
Changed the P2P do channel 6, and all works fine now!
It's interesting how we work on a solution, and forget the elemental
things.... I remember that I have done an alteration in these channels,
but after some tests I forgot this way, and began to search another
things... The channels are always in my mind, but this time...
Thanks to all!
Michael J Hess escreveu:
> I am assuming the P2P is a sort of Wireless transmitter linking with
> the remote site...
> Are you sure the P2P connection is not in the same frequency range as
> the Wireless cards that you are using for local connections? Signal
> wouldn't be lost, necessarily, but the radio waves would be busy, and
> that would cause loss of throughput...
> Denilson Rocha wrote:
>> I have a M0n0 configured with 3 interfaces: LAN, WAN and OPT1. This
>> machine is acting as an Wireless Access Point.
>> The WAN interface (a pcmcia card configured as hostap) is my
>> backbone, linked to a linux server connected to a router, and the
>> internet. The OPT1 interface (another pcmcia card configured as
>> hostap) is the AP to my clients. And the LAN interface is connected
>> to an external radio, wich makes a P2P link with another city.
>> Well, everything works fine, until I get traffic into LAN... When
>> there is no traffic in LAN, my clients connects to OPT1 and go to the
>> Internet via WAN, fast and easy. When the P2P connected to the LAN
>> make some traffic, the clients connected to OPT1 begin to lost
>> packets, and the access become very slow... There is no lost of
>> signal, only lost of packets. If I block the LAN traffic in the
>> firewall, my OPT1 works fine again...
>> My question is: is the LAN traffic prioritized then the OPT1
>> traffic??? Or am I tripping far away? Why this happens?
>> Any help will be very appreciated!
>> Thanks to all, and sorry for the poor english...
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