1300 Root-Bridge and Non-Root Bridge setup

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Jun 25th, 2007

I have two 1300s that I am trying to set up as Root Bridge and Non-Root Bridge, however, everytime i specify one of them as a Non-Root bridge, the radio0 interface becomes disabled. The only option that i am able to pick that enables the radio0 interface is "Access Point", which is what am trying to avoid it being.

Can anybody help me figure out how to go about this

I have this problem too.
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dancampb Mon, 06/25/2007 - 18:01

A non-root's radio will show as disabled if it cannot find the root AP to associate to. Make sure you have "infrastructure-ssid" configured under the SSID on both the root and non-root bridges. Also depending on code versions you may have to configure the distance command under the radio interface on the root.


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