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340/350 aironet access points and wireless ethernet bridges (linksys wet11)

Any one have any luck getting a 340/350 aironet access point to transfer reliably with a wireless ethernet bridges (linksys wet11)? I have some web enabled devices with an ethernet port that I want to look at on our LAN. The inexpenisve linksys bridges seem great but I can't get them to transfer data reliable with our aironet access points. I can telent in put pulling files off by ftp or looking at a little web page stalls out. Any one have any luck doing this?

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Re: 340/350 aironet access points and wireless ethernet bridges

Yes. Have a wet11 installation up for a week or two. Had to change anttenna for a much stronger one because of the user's location. The user is very sensitive to intruptions and blips. No complaints so far. Will be setting up a second one next week.

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Re: 340/350 aironet access points and wireless ethernet bridges

I have 15 wet11's in the field right now, all except for bandwidth complaints, the bridges are working great via open authentication with MAC address listed in hotspot table,

I am having trouble with Cisco AP to Cisco PCI connection, the data rates keep cycling through 11 mbps, 2 mbps on a 5.5 mile link. i just what to have the AP talk to the PCI at 2 mbps. The wet11's are not doing this as I have them set for 1 or 2 mbps. Most clients are 1 - 4 mile range right now.