wireless bridge and ap

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Mar 27th, 2007

Hi all, I have come across the wireless bridge, I thought this was just an AP? what is the difference, from my reading, is it where a wireless client connects to a AP, then the AP passes the traffic via wireless to a bridge/AP that connects to the LAN, I am somewhat confused here.


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Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 04/02/2007 - 12:04

AP is used for wireless clients to access the wireless and wired network. Wireless Bridge is used to connect two or more WLANs. APs and Bridges can play different roles, for example, 1300 is a platform which can act either as a bridge or an AP.


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