Aironet 1600 as a bridge for a mobile workstation.
I work at a hospital in the clinical engineering department, and I am trying to breath some new life into some older machines. I've seen this done at other hospitals, so I know it works, but my limited understanding of Cisco IOS is keeping from getting this done. The hospital that did what I am trying to do was using AIR-AP1121G-A-K9 Aironet 1100 Series access points, which are now EOL, and for all I know the 1600's don't have the same capabilites as they did.
Basically, I want to take a device like an ultrasound that is mobile, configure it to talk through the Ethernet port of the 1600, and use the 1600 to bridge it over to our wireless network without tying the 1600 to the MAC of an access point on the hospital network because it will be moving all over the place. I have been working via the CLI to configure this and aside from the basic configurations that I remember from my Cisco classes, I'm not getting very far. I keep seeing guides that make reference to using a browser based GUI for configurations, but even after using the CLI to configure Gig0 I'm not able to even ping the 1600 (I have Windows Firewall disabled) let alone talk to it with a browser.
Any thoughts? Is this something that's possible with this model or did I buy the wrong equipment? Any tips, tricks, or ideas would be most appreciated.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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