Laboratory Guide for a Routing Wireless Network with repeaters

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This document describes a useful network setup for wireless networks that needs more intelligence than what a simple star topology can offer. The network topology includes one central hub, a wireless repeater and a set of wireless clients.
When mastering this setup, several wireless repeaters and wireless clients can easily be added to a larger scenario.

The network topology is general and can be set up with any brand of access point that can run in Access Point mode (Transparent Bridge) and in Routing mode (Wireless Routing Client).
The guide has used the Compex WPP54/WP54 series as reference.

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