I am wondering if the Cisco Aironet AP1041N can issue IP addresses and act as a DHCP server.
Also how many IP addresses can it issue, if it can?
I am reevaluating a network for a small business, and they have a lot of concrete walls and their current home-based wireless routers don't suffice. I thought getting a standalone Aironet or two could help improve their situation.
Let me know what you think or if you have any suggestions. Thanks!
Ok thanks. The access point will be for a really small business so I don't think having IP clients on the same subnet will be an issue. I just wanted to replace their current 802.11g home wireless routers with a better access point that has a better range and throughput
Sur +5 .. I didnt know that small detail about the dhcp server on the ap.
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