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Would an EnStation device be able to be set up as a Client Bridge with a ENS1750EXT? I have already mobilized the ENS1750EXT to the mast on the roof and I want to avoid having to run addtional wires or mounting any thing more on the mast if I can avoid it. The ENS1750EXT would be used as the central hub of the client bridge and the EnStation device would be used as the receiver side of the bridge. From there the signal would be broadcast through an SA5219 paired to an ENS500EXT. I just want to make sure that the EnStation will bridge to the ENS1750EXT or if it would be better to have an EnStation-EnStation pair? Everything I've read says that bridge should be compatible, and more so by using devices from the same manufacturer. The other option is to put the ENS1750EXT into mesh mode and simply associate the EnStation as a client.
So I understand that the SA5315 is a 5Ghz sector antenna. If I am using two of them in conjunction with only one ENH1750EXT is there any benefit to using more then one wire to one antenna, I only have 3 5Ghz antenna outputs on the 1750, so one antenna would have 2 5Ghz connections, and the other antenna only one 5Ghz source. Would the second wire increase bandwidth or available clients? If so I can add it to the sector that I believe will carry more traffic. Otherwise I was planning on leaving the stock stubby antenna on the AP and possibly tasking that to the close range clients that would be within, or below if you will, the 9 degree vertical band of the sector antennas. Obviously with one antenna and one AP you can take advantage of the 3x3 technology, I got this antenna mainly as a future proof type situation, should I want to add a third sector or second AP. Also are there any restrictions on how close the SA5315 can be mounted in relation to each other? My mounting space is limited and I was hoping to be able to mount them both on the same mast in the corresponding directions. Or is there a way within the ENH1750EXT to convert all six outputs to 5Ghz by eliminating or shutting off the 2.4Ghz band? I didn't see anything in the documentation or manuals about this type of feature, so I'm pretty sure it doesn't exist.