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Wireless Ethernet Bridge Linksys versu CISCO

He experts,

does someone has a suggestion if there is a CISCO product on the market for wireless bridge, with IOS function ? We found Linksys, but isn't the right product for cisco management.

Danke gruss Steffen

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Re: Wireless Ethernet Bridge Linksys versu CISCO

Hi!

Check the following link :

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/wireless/ps5679/ps5279/ps5285/product_data_sheet09186a008018495c.html

From the link " The Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Wireless Bridge utilizes Cisco IOS® Software to provide a familiar user interface with common functionality,......"

Regards,

Niranjan

Re: Wireless Ethernet Bridge Linksys versu CISCO

Hi Steffen,

Cisco Aironet access points can perform bridging. The outdoor APs are designed with bridging in mind.

Look at the Aironet BR1310G access points; the "BR" designation means Bridge. They can act as regular APs as well, so each access point can serve wireless clients whilst still maintaining the bridged link.

Hope this helps!

Kind regards

Graeme

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Re: Wireless Ethernet Bridge Linksys versu CISCO

Hi!

Check the following link :

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/wireless/ps5679/ps5279/ps5285/product_data_sheet09186a008018495c.html

From the link " The Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Wireless Bridge utilizes Cisco IOS® Software to provide a familiar user interface with common functionality,......"

Regards,

Niranjan

Re: Wireless Ethernet Bridge Linksys versu CISCO

Hi Steffen,

Cisco Aironet access points can perform bridging. The outdoor APs are designed with bridging in mind.

Look at the Aironet BR1310G access points; the "BR" designation means Bridge. They can act as regular APs as well, so each access point can serve wireless clients whilst still maintaining the bridged link.

Hope this helps!

Kind regards

Graeme

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