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WDS Setup Im having a difficult time setting up the WDS feature on the EnGenius EOC-2610. I cant find and docs to help with the problem. I have 4 of them. Do they all need to be in WDS bridge mode or just one and the other access points. please help.

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In a WDS network, all the access points need to be in WDS mode, and one of them needs to be wired directly to a routed internet connection.
Here is a very good detailed tutorial on how WDS works and how to configure and troubleshoot your own WDS network:
How To: Setting up WDS Bridging / Repeating

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