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urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

help,

I'm planning on implementing 4 AP's autonomous in my company.I use one ssid, and the possibility

to roam between access points without loosing connection.but

I can see only SSID distributed by AP (A and C)

i move near of AP (B and D) but I think that SSID is hidden

because i find the singal with "Network Stumbler"

*Config:

A and C:802.11g=ROOT and 802.11a=root bridge

B and D:802.11g=ROOT and 802.11a=non-root bridge

this is my config for A and B

what is the probleme in my config?

reply please.

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Re: urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

Taken from config-B.txt

interface Dot11Radio0

!

ssid palace wifi

!

station-role root

!

Change access point B from root to non-root.

HTH>

New Member

Re: urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

hi thanks for your reply,

ok I am going to test it and I go you aware.

New Member

Re: urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

at the time of analysis of the frequencies I found some ap that work

with the same frequency that my APs

I could solve the problem by change of the frequencies thank you for your help

Blue

Re: urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

Youssef:

I have a question:

If you are only using one SSID, why do you have 2 of them configured on the AP, one under the dot0 and the other under dot1 interface?

Also, you are right, you should use non-overlapping frequencies when the APs are next to each other. Typically, in dot11.b/g radios, frequencies 1, 6 and 12 are used because they do not overlap.

Thanks

Victor

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Re: urgent :same SSID in 4 AP 1240

hi

I use 2 SSID one under dot0 for 802.11b/g

and the other under dot1 for 802.11a

(link point to point between AP A and B)

because i don't have the wired DS therefore I use DS wireless

thanks

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