troubleshooting Question

Load Balance Wireless Bridge

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I have two Cisco wireless network bridges that I need to connect together.

The first is a 2.4GHz Wireless N Bridge which supports up to 144Mbps and the second is a Cisco 5GHz wireless N bridge which supports up to 300Mbps.

I want to run both bridges between my two buildings. I have two Cisco 2911 routers sitting on either end with each bridge plugged into the router.

What I want to do is load balance between the two bridges and I am wondering what the best method of doing this is?


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