I am looking for some network gurus to give me some advice on my enterprise wireless network. My manager wants it to be a "mesh" network so we can have seamless access to the network and access points if you move between floors or coverage areas.
The current configuration is a Cisco router WRT600N and 4 Cisco WAP4410N access points. The access points are all set to the same SSID and channel (auto). The router has a separate SSID and wireless network.
We can connect to the access points and network on all 3 floors. On one of our floors we have two access points. Currently once it connects to the network it will stay connected to the initial access point. Is there any way to configure it so that the network card will move over to the access point with the best signal after it connects? I haven't really found any solutions without buying a controller for the network. Thank you!
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