difference between child and neighbor? MAPs do not show on AP list

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Sep 4th, 2008
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I have a wireless network at a nonprofit wildcat sanctuary with a 4400 WLC and 3 MAPs (1510s). One of these 1510s is configured as a RAP and functioning. The other 2 MAPs are less than 1000 feet from the RAP (RAP to MAP 1= 360 ft, RAP to MAP 2= 920 feet, MAP 1 to MAP 2=580 feet)


In the WLC GUI list of APs, I can see the RAP, but not the MAPs. If I look at the neighbors of the RAP, MAP 1 is listed as a neighbor, and MAP 2 is listed as a child- so there seems to be some connectivity.


What needs to be done for the MAPs to function as APs?


Thanks, Amanda


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Carnivore Preservation Trust


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Scott Fella Wed, 09/10/2008 - 17:41
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Is th eMAP configured for Ethernet Bridging. If so, uncheck that box and you should be able to have client access.

are_khatri Fri, 09/19/2008 - 09:58
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fella,


is it necessary to check ethernet bridging for RAP??


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abdul rafay

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