LWAPP to Workgroup bridge with second radio as AP

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May 27th, 2009

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I have a 1252 with dual radio (2.4ghz and 5Ghz).

The 5Ghz is setup as a Workgroup bridge talking back to a LWAPP (works great).

I setup the 2nd radio in the 1252 to act as an AP for laptops, but the laptops fail to get an IP address (dhcp).

If i 'apply' a small change on the 5ghz radio, the laptops all of sudden get an dhcp address on the 2.4ghz side.

Is this a bug ?...anyone else attempt this sort of setup ?

Thanks for any input.

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MICHAEL SCHROEDER Wed, 05/27/2009 - 10:39

Hi, sounds interesting. What do you mean with "small Change"? Can you provide the Config? Regards

dastjacques Wed, 05/27/2009 - 11:46

thanks for the reply.

What i mean by 'small change' is toggle a setting (any setting such as data rate radio button) on the 5ghz radio and press apply at the bottom of the webpage, it's enough to burp something and let the laptop on the 2.4Ghz radio side get an IP from dhcp.

see attached config file.

You'll find the 5ghz radio is setup as WGB, and the 2.4 radio is setup as AP.

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