I would like to install a device on a yacht so that when the yacht enters a marina, it can connect to the marina wifi and then make that connection available to the yacht network. I am looking for a cisco device that will do similar to the Smartbridge Nexus (http://www.smartbridges.com/products/accesspoints.asp), which have done the job adequately in the past.
I was thinking of using a 1300 series outdoor unit, does anyone know if I can use it in the way I plan, or if there is an alternative.
1. Cisco 350 series workgroup bridge - this will connect to the marina wi-fi and provide wired access to the yacht. If you connect a hub to the WGB's output, you can spread the connection among multiple laptops.
2. Also explore an option of using any Cisco AP as a repeater. A repeater will connect to the marina wi-fi wirelessly and extend the network to the yacht. But please note that the data rate may not be that good because of an extra hop in the middle.
For both these options to work, the marina wi-fi must be autonomous AP deployment based. If it is a lightweight-based wi-fi with a controller none of these options will work.
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Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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