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Some questions on the aironet 1141 aironet

Hi all, I'm a little confused, I have a some questions:

  1. I have several aironet 1141 device all connected to the wired LAN. Can I configure all AP so that create a single network wireless?
  2. Can I configure all AP like DHCP server with same ip pool?

Thaks all for any answer

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Re: Some questions on the aironet 1141 aironet

You can connect the aps to the same subnet. Most cases it is that way. Now you can only have one dhcp though. So if you don't have a dhcp server on the network, you can always have the switch do dhcp if it's capable or one of the AP's.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-3628

http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/network-technologies/how-to-configure-a-dhcp-server-in-a-cisco-aironet-access-points/

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Some questions on the aironet 1141 aironet

Tanks for the answer.

I would like to go into detail of my questions, What is the configuration for the aironet for create a single big network with all APs ? I'm not found any clear documentation.

The idea of configure on all AP a DHCP server was made to solve the problem if the only DHCP server on AP is down for any reason.

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Re: Some questions on the aironet 1141 aironet

You can, but you would have to split the dhcp scopes between the two AP's.

Thanks,

Scott Fella

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-Scott
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