I need to setup some wireless access points at a tourist location owned by our company. The setup would be the following.
x3 Cisco 4410n Access Points configured with the same SSID and password's so that clients using the network will be able to transit from one part of the site without being disconnected and having to manually connect to the next Access Point.
The Cisco Access Points would then be connected via structured cabling to a Cisco SG300-10p POE network switch.
The Cisco network switch would in turn be connected to a Draytek Vigor 2830n router which will provide the internet connectivity.
Is the above planned setup even possible? If so, would anyone be able to help out on the Access Point side of things as this is where we seem to be stumbling.
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