can a wireless router (station role non-root) associate to 2 APs ?

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Jul 19th, 2009

can a wireless router (as station role non-root) associate to 2 simultaneous APs ?

say something like this on an 18xx router:

dot11 ssid firstAP


dot11 ssid secondAP


interface Dot11Radio0/1/1

ssid firstAP

ssid secondAP

what I want is something like two virtual-radios/VLANs/whatever with two independent outside routes; say:

ip address dhcp for ssid firstAP

ip address dhcp for ssid secondAP

where firstAP is my AP and secondAP is a near free hot-spot AP (authentication open)

I have this problem too.
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mat.edwards Sun, 07/19/2009 - 21:38

Nice idea but unfortunatelty it won't work. You can only associate one radio to a single infrastructure device at any one time.


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