WCS and point-to-point bridging AP

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Oct 15th, 2008

Is it possible to build few point-to-point bridging links with LWAPP APs ?

To be clearer, I want to have few bridging links on which all traffic have to pass through a controller.

Does this make sense ?

If so, what would be compliant Cisco APs ?

I have this problem too.
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didyap Tue, 10/21/2008 - 08:24

The mesh networking solution, which is part of the Cisco unified wireless network solution, enables two or more Cisco Aironet lightweight mesh access points (hereafter called mesh access points) to communicate with each other over one or more wireless hops to join multiple LANs or to extend 802.11b wireless coverage. Cisco mesh access points are configured, monitored, and operated from and through any Cisco wireless LAN controller that is deployed in the mesh networking solution.

Supported mesh networking solution deployments are of one of three general types:

Point-to-point deployment

Point-to-multipoint deployment

Mesh deployment

Following URL for Mesh Networking Solution Deployments may help you for detailed information on each of these deployment types

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/access_point/mesh/4.0/deployment/guide/overview.html#wp1041408

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