Distribution points not updating
That is not updating either on the outlook clients, but is in OWA. If you have outlook 2003 clients, you need PF Distribution as they cannot use web distributed OAB.Outlook 2007 & 2010 can use web distributed OAB and PF OAB, but will only use web if both are available.
WDS also requires every base station to be configured to forward to others in the system.However this new user is not updating on the global address books for outlook (its not there), however the address book for OWA does update.I tried doing the optionsoad address book on the client and that did not change. I tried a few other outlook clients and they are doing the same thing.The game console sends one packet over-the-air to the remote, which forwards it over-the-air to the master, which sends it to the WAN.Reply comes from the WAN to the master base station, over-the-air to the remote, and then over-the-air again to the game console. Network 3: Two wireless base stations employing WDS, but this time the game console connects by Ethernet cable to the remote base station.The only slowdown is the potential halving due to the half-duplex nature of wifi.
But network 2 gets an additional halving because the remote base station uses double the air time because it's retransmitting over-the-air packets that it has just received over-the-air.
The notable advantage of WDS over other solutions is that it preserves the MAC addresses of client frames across links between access points.
All base stations in a wireless distribution system must be configured to use the same radio channel, method of encryption (none, WEP, WPA or WPA2) and the same encryption keys.
In order to accurately identify the true latency contribution of relaying through a wireless remote station vs.
simply increasing the broadcast power of the main station, more comprehensive tests specific to the environment would be required.
The TA is the address of the transmitting AP, while the RA is the address of receiving AP and stay the same as long as the configuration does not change.