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Sean O'Garza

                   I have several Cisco 1040 Series and 1260 Series wireless access points and the question I have is, is it possible to make a wireless conneciton to an AT&T or Verizon MiFi  from my Cisco APs ?   Would you somehow make a "bridge" connection or try use the WiFi's client capability somehow ?   Thanks Guys.

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Re: Sean O'Garza

Not really. There is a WGB mode, but I don't thing that will work for you.

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Sean O'Garza

You could probably use the WGB mode of the aIOS AP to connect to your MiFi.

but, why are you looking to go that route?

HTH,
Steve

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Re: Sean O'Garza

Your better off getting a Ethernet converter from a local electronics store and using that.

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Re: Sean O'Garza

Scott, thanks for the info.  I'm not quite sure what you mean by getting an Ethernet Converter, is this something that would connect wirelessly to the MiFi and it has a LAN connection that I can then get into a Cisco Switch ?

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Re: Sean O'Garza

Something like this

http://www.buffalotech.com/products/wireless/ethernet-bridges/airstation-n300-4-port-dual-band-wireless-ethernet-bridge

Thanks,

Scott

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