I have quite an odd problem. We have a relatively small network, but it is spread over three locations which are connected by wireless bridges. I'm using the free (and latest) version of the 3CX phone system with two wireless GTek Wifi phones and a few other softphones (mainly 3CX). The entire system works perfectly except between two particular locations. Each of these two locations (A+B) has a bridge configured as a client - both clients connect to a single AP (in another location - C). When the softphone in location B phones the Wifi phone in location A, the calls connect, but there is no sound in either direction. Both locations (A+B) can call the third location (C) with no problems. I have tried using other hardware/softphones in both locations, as well as different extension numbers, but the problem persists. The only thing I can think of is that the phones try to take the shortest path between the two locations, which in straight from one client to another, rather than going through the AP and on to the phone system. I hope this makes sense....? Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you.