Ok, we just bought a new Aironet 1240AG and even though I've down a lot of basic route
setups on Cisco router, I'm stumped as to how make this work.
I've got an Aironet 1240 AG. I set the static Ip address on the BVI interface and went
through all of the web-based setup.
I just setup up the minimum 128bit WEP keys, the host name and that's about it.
But, even though people associate, they can't talk to the server hooked-up to the
All I want is to have two devices, with static IP addresses, associate through the 802.11g
interface of the 1240AG and be able to transfer data to/from the server that is attached to
the FastEthernet interface.
The Cisco docs are all over the place and I can't find just the minimum requirements to make
this setup work.
Any help or pointers would be most appreciated.
BTW, if I did want the wireless client to obtain DHCP addresses, wouldn't they also obtain
those from the DHCP server attached to the FastEthernet interface, after they associate?