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Default pfsync+carp+wifi firewall redundancy inquiry

I have two Dell Optiplex GX110 which I want to make redundant firewall and wireless access points. I want to make both firewalls as redundant wifi access points as well. I think setting up pfsync and carp wont be a problem but wifi redundancy seems a little new to me and was wondering if anyone set one up before? Maybe I should set both wifi's into its own subnet but I'd prefer if I can keep all the wifi's and ethernet in one subnet.
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Multi-Access Point has been possible with hostapd(8) since 2004.

A couple of interesting OpenBSD Journal articles about it may help:

http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=artic...20050418001526
http://undeadly.org/cgi?action=artic...20051008150710
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