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1200 series station-role

Cisco IOS Command Reference for Cisco Aironet Access Points and Bridges, 12.3(7)JA.pdf

see page 2-186

root bridge

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Specifies that the access point or bridge operates as the root bridge in

a pair of bridges. This mode does not support wireless client

associations.

Note On the 1200 and 1240AG series access points, this option

supports only point-to-point bridge operation.

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root bridge wireless-clients

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Specifies that the root bridge mode accepts associations from client

devices.

Note This option is supported only on 1200, 1240AG, and 1310

series access points and bridges.

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Question

1200 series

if station-role is root bridge,

only user point-to-point(not point-to-multipoint)

if station-role is root bridge wireless-clients,

which use point-to-point or point-to-multipoint ?

i think point-to-point.

do you know ?

2 REPLIES
New Member

Re: 1200 series station-role

If station-role is root bridge only other non-root bridges (and repeaters) can connect. Im not sure if other brand bridges can connect in this mode, but probably they can connect. This will probably be the term point to point even if multiple non-root bridges can connect to one root bridge.

If station-role is root bridge wireless-clients you can do the same as above, but wireless clients can also connect to this AP. Another smart feature is also the role non-root bridge with wireless clients.

New Member

Re: 1200 series station-role

if station-role is root bridge only other non-root bridge can connect , only poin-to-point can use (cisco 1200 equipment)

,

if station-role is root bridge wireless-client connected non-root bridge wireless-clients,

which use point-to-point or point-to-point

i think only point-to-point can use

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