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Cisco 1532E autonomous mode (Bridging + Client access)

Hello all.

I need to connect two locations that are separated by 300 meters and I also need to provide wireless client access.

My ideia is to use two Cisco 1532 (in standalone mode) with 5Ghz directional antennas for bridging and omnidirectional 2,4Ghz antennas for wireless clients at both locations.

My problem is that the deployment guide does not make reference to this implementation (autonomous+bridging+wireless clients); the deployment guide can be found in the following link http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/7-6/b_1532_dg/b_1532_dg_chapter_01.html#topic_5C2E00D8A63A462AAC6F0A0DC629FBDF

Can anyone confirm if this is a supported scenario?

Thanks,

João Carvalho.

 

 

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Each radio is configured

Each radio is configured separate from one another, so you would configure the 5ghz as bridge and the 2.4ghz as  station role root, which is client access.  You can reference any autonomous configuration guide for bridge (root and non-root) and client access.

Here is one older doc you can reference:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/61936/autonomous-ap-and-bridge-basic-configuration-template

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Each radio is configured

Each radio is configured separate from one another, so you would configure the 5ghz as bridge and the 2.4ghz as  station role root, which is client access.  You can reference any autonomous configuration guide for bridge (root and non-root) and client access.

Here is one older doc you can reference:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/61936/autonomous-ap-and-bridge-basic-configuration-template

Scott

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Hello Scott.Thank you for

Hello Scott.

Thank you for your reply.

Joao.

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