Is connection of videoconference equipment with WiFi stations in bridge mode instead of wired connection will affect the videoconference quality? For the WiFi link used Ubiquiti NanoStation Loco2, 802.11g. Both APs are indoors. VC codecs are Polycom HDX.
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Short Answer: Yes, it should be more than enough bandwidth to handle a 2Mbit stream.
1) You need to be sure that link is operating at 54Mbps, it may have negotiated down, check your signal strength.
2) If any other trafic will be using this same wireless link in order to make this reliable you will need QoS to make sure voice is serviced first, then video, with both configured to DROP packets during congestion, not queuing.
Your problem is that 2Mbit is 250 KB/s, which is not enough for streaming audio and video.
You're seeing serious packet loss because the packets are [presumably] being dropped to stay under that limit.