I asked this question in network engineering but it has failed to get any responses, so I have brought it here for the wider EE community just in case anyone can speak authoritatively on the subject.
I have a series of radio sites are connected as follows:
Sites have the following radios:
A - AP- rocket m5
B -AP, STATION 2x nanostation
C- AP, Station 2x nano station
D-Station 1 x nano station
The data to be transfered is nearly entirely in one direction- D->A, with each site producing data and sending it to A.
- What optimizations can be made that allow assyemtrical information to transfer faster? (packet size, Timeouts, etc)
- What optimizations can be made that will help speed up Daisy chain style connections such as this one?
Note this is not a question specific to the hardware mentioned, just to TCP/IP and radio.