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2 AP 350 connected to a Catalyst 2950 at the same VLAN...

I have two AP 350 connected to a Catalyst 2950 at VLAN 3.

This is the problem... if one user is working with his notebook (connected to AP 1) and starts walking to the other office so AP 2 would have to take control of the connection... how does Catalyst stop sending traffic to port fa 0/1 and starts sending traffic to port 0/2 where the AP 2 is connected???

Do I do myself clear???

I think it could be a good idea to set the mac address-table aging-time to 0 for VLAN 3. So VLAN would start working as a hub, sending traffic to all its ports.

But in practice this could not be done.

I am working with two AP 350, Catalyst 2950 and IOS 12.1(13)EA1

I really need your help!!!

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Re: 2 AP 350 connected to a Catalyst 2950 at the same VLAN...

I beleive the "mac address-table aging-time" is for the Cat3000, 4000, and 6000. Look at this URL for the command needed for your 2950. http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/c2900xl/29_35xu/olhelp/addrmgmt.htm#Changing%20the%20Aging%20Time

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Re: 2 AP 350 connected to a Catalyst 2950 at the same VLAN...

I don't know where it's documented (nor did I look), but my understanding is that when a client associates to a Cisco AP, the AP will generate a broadcast using the client MAC address, thus populating MAC forwarding tables in the switches.

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