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Cisco Access-point 1200 and Leap

Folks,

I am having some issues with my Cisco aironet 1200 access point, would appreciate if someone could help me out.

1) Link shows that i am connected at 11MBs, i have a 802.11G radio in my access point, why not 54MB, i am the only one connected.

2) Trying to configure LEAP for AP1200 non-root device to rood device authentication., can not find the page where i am suppose to define the username and password, cisco DOC has 350 snapshots, 1200 is different.

3) Can the 1200 act as a bridge?

Thanks

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Re: Cisco Access-point 1200 and Leap

If you did not purchase the access point with the 802.11g upgrade then you will have to purchase the upgrade to have your access point 802.11g compliant. This is the link that has all the information on the upgrade. http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/witc/ao1200ap/prodlit/upgkt_ds.htm

If you are not running VxWorks firmware but you are running Cisco IOS on this access point, look over the following URL as it describes how to configure the AP as a Leap Client in repeater mode.http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/airo1200/accsspts/b1228ja/b1228icg/bicgrep.htm

This URL shows how to navigate if you are using the GUI interface. http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/airo1200/accsspts/b1228ja/b1228icg/bicgweb.htm

The 1200 series can only be an access point it cannot be a bridge due to the Ethernet port gets disabled once it is in repeater mode.

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