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AP vs Wireless Bridge in AP mode

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Apr 11th, 2003
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What is the difference between AP and Wireless Bridge in AP mode? Or, when to use AP like device and when Wireless Bridge in AP mode?


Thanks for cooperation.

Jovan M., CCNA


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amitubale Fri, 04/11/2003 - 11:40
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BR350 as access points can be used to cover outdoor areas, since they have metal case for durability and plenum rating and an extended operating temperature rating for harsh environments


Other than that BR350 in AP mode is jus similar to AP350(not the pastic ones, the metal plenum rated) if you use for indoor coverage.


From Cisco documentations.


The bridge as a rugged access point connected to the wired LAN. When you select Access Point, the bridge's Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) function is disabled. Figure 3-4 shows a bridge set up as a rugged access point.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps458/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008007f77f.html#25614


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps458/ps460/index.html

mmangat Sun, 07/14/2013 - 19:15
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Hello,


AP (Access point) mode:

will allow you to add wireless access to  en existing router or switch.

Bridge mode:

will  allow you to connect two or more networks or network devices separated  physically to each other wirelessly to make a connection, operating on  the 802.11 standard.

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