1300 bridges

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Apr 25th, 2012

Can I associate the non-root bridge model 1310 to the root bridge model 1400? Is there any problems on the configuration I need to be aware of? I am really appreciated that.

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George Stefanick Wed, 04/25/2012 - 15:33

As I recall and you should confirm this in the specs.

1400 is 5 GHZ only

1300 is 2.4 GHZ only

So, no ...

chieu.dinh Wed, 04/25/2012 - 15:56

I checked the product data sheet for the 1400, here is what they said:

The concept of mobile networks is significant not only for service providers looking to offer seamless network access, but also for individual organizations such as municipal public safety units. In many instances, the technology exists to create the zones that provide the mobile network, but the challenge lies in bringing the network to these zones. The Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Wireless Bridge provides a cost-effective solution to this application. The wireless bridge can connect to the network that contains the 2.4 GHz access points or bridges that are providing wireless zone coverage, and also provide the backhaul link to the high-speed network (Figure 2). Whether these zones are 802.11 hot spots at cafes and restaurants or bridged 802.11b cells for mobile networks, the Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Wireless Bridge provides a non-interfering and higher speed distribution service.

Stephen Rodriguez Thu, 04/26/2012 - 07:58

As George had said, the 1400 is a 5Ghz AP only.  From the link you posted, look at Table 2.

Steve

chieu.dinh Thu, 04/26/2012 - 08:54

I am really appreciated your helps Stephen and George. This information is help alot.

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