We have tested 1310 with long distance(40km) with the firmware ver 13.3(7)ja ,ver 13.3(2)ja and ver12.2(15)ja. And found by some reason only earlier version(12.2(15)ja) can make the connection. So we like to down grade the firmware from ver12.3(2)ja to ver12.2(15)ja. Can this be achieved without any difficulty?
Also advise me where can I find ver12.2(15)ja firmware for 1310.(c1310-k9w7-tar.122-15.JA.tar)
*I am aware that IOS down loading section on the web(Now 13.3(2)ja2 is the far latest.)
Cisco introduced global-mode SSID configuration in Cisco IOS Release 12.3(2)JA to simplify configuration of SSID parameters under multiple interfaces. Configuration of SSID parameters at the interface level was supported in Cisco IOS Release 12.3(2)JA release for backward compatibility, but configuration of SSID parameters at the interface level will be totally disabled in releases after Cisco IOS Release 12.3(4)JA. For more information refer to following url:
Well downgrading firmware should not effect the Bridge link. If you see it in fact does, then I'd try to troubleshoot this further by either getting statistics from the Bridge or perhaps put it into AP mode (using a client such as a Cisco LMC350 card using the same external antenna that the Non-Root bridge was using) and ACU ...
Then take the measurement (upgrade the code take another measurement). I'd take that data and work with Cisco TAC .
If you don't have the ability to do this, then simply check with TAC and see if they have heard of this issue? if not, then perhaps see if TAC can try to recreate this (using a direct coupled connection with attenuators).
Cisco TAC can also help you with obtaining the legacy firmware assuming it's not already up on CCO. You can check by going to www.cisco.com.
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