Wireless client cards 352 AIR domain compatibility

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Apr 20th, 2008

We use AIR-352 client cards on a proprietary OS device (ie: we developped our own driver with the help of Cisco). AIR-352 is now out of sales, but we still need to buy some of them, so we purchased used cards from Cisco. These cards have various regulatory domains, which does not match the countries where we want to install them, so we have to fix the channels on APs.

1/ Is it possible to change the regulatory domain of a client card?How?

2/ We received some air-01-NA cards; Which domain is that? what are the channels?


Many thanks in advance if someone can help us,


Laurent.

Correct Answer by drolemc about 8 years 10 months ago

No this is not possible. Two devices which belong to different regulatory domains cannot communicate with each other and you cannot change the regulatory domain on a AIR-352 client card.

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drolemc Fri, 04/25/2008 - 06:12

No this is not possible. Two devices which belong to different regulatory domains cannot communicate with each other and you cannot change the regulatory domain on a AIR-352 client card.

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