Using a single Workgroup Bridge with multiple Access Points

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Jul 24th, 2003
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There is a ruggedised version of the Access Point, but there is no ruggedised version of the workgroup bridge. Does someone know if it is possibile to use multiple Access Points (around 50) with a single workgroup bridge and have some of the Access Points talking simulaneously to the network behind the bridge?



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kmarrero Mon, 07/28/2003 - 05:58
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The workgroup bridge is not really a true bridge. It links up to eight non-wireless devices together turning them into "wireless" clients. The workgroup bridge will associate to only one AP. As far as multiple clients being able to see the network behind the workgroup bridge, that should not be a problem. Here is a URL that might help with the explanation and function of a workgroup bridge.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/pcat/350wgbr.htm

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