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Oct 1st, 2008
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i want to deploy a wireless mesh with 1510 series ap, i want to give wireless inside houses, how good would be the signal in the houses?? if is bad, can i join a 1300 or 1200 series ap to the mesh in 5ghz and provide access to client in 2.4ghz???? is it will work??


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Correct Answer by dennischolmes about 8 years 7 months ago

Yes. This will work if you use the enterprise MESH solution but you will be responsible for a license fee. In 5.2 version of code you will be able to run both indoor and outdoor APs on the same controller.

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amritpatek Tue, 10/07/2008 - 13:19
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If your network contains both 1520 mesh access points and Cisco non-mesh access points (such as 1240 series access points), you need to manage your 1520 mesh access points with one controller and your non-mesh access points with a second controller. If you have 1505 or 1510 mesh access points or both, you should connect them to the same controller as the 1520 mesh access points.

yussetamayo Tue, 10/07/2008 - 13:27
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ok, but can i communicate on 5ghz, for example, a 1240 with a 1510 mesh access point to provide wireless signal inside a house on 2.4ghz???

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dennischolmes Tue, 10/07/2008 - 17:14
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Yes. This will work if you use the enterprise MESH solution but you will be responsible for a license fee. In 5.2 version of code you will be able to run both indoor and outdoor APs on the same controller.

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