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Aironet 1232G in Bridge Mode

Hello everybody....

Is it posible to make a Bridge 802.11 a with Aironet 1232G and AP 802.11 b/g simultaneously? are there antennas with connectors TNC for bridge 802.11 a?

in the case of use antenna yagi AIR-ANT2410Y-R that it has only one connector should I use 2 antennas for diversity?

Thanks in advance!


Re: Aironet 1232G in Bridge Mode

The access point/bridge power injector contains an embedded 10/100baseT switch, which is unconfigurable. The ports on the switch are set for auto-speed and auto-duplex, and auto-MDIX. Port 0 on the switch is used for the coaxial link to the bridge; port 1 on the switch is used for the RJ-45 jack on the power injector. The other switch ports are unused.

The speed and duplex settings on the bridge FastEthernet0 interface only apply to the link between the bridge port and port 0 in the power injector switch. They are entirely independent of the speed/duplex used on the RJ-45 port on the power injector. Therefore, for best performance, the bridge FastEthernet must always be set to auto speed and auto duplex. This setting results in 100 Mbps, full duplex used on the link between the bridge and power injector.

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