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Combine Multiple WS2000

Combine Multiple WS2000

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I have a large warehouse that I need to cover with wifi,  I had 1 ws2000 covering it but I recently extended the size and now I have a second covering the addtional part of the warehouse.  What I'm having problems with is that I have 4 Mobile guns(MC9090's) that travel around my warehouse and they keep dropping connection to the switch's at the transition from one ws2000 to the other.  Is there a way to merge the networks so that the AP's all show as one?   After reading the documentation from symbol/motrola it seems like the WS2000 have a limit of 6 AP's that each switch can control.  I have currently 8 AP's in total.  Currently I have the following setups, if you need more info let me know thanks:

WS2000(Front)
SSID:Warehouse
WPA2 security
Channel 3 BG

WS2000(Back)
SSID: Warehouse
WPA2Security (same passkey as front)
Channel 3 BG

 

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