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AP1200, WISP needing help ASAP.

We're a very small rural Wireless ISP.

Having some very strange routing/bridging issues.

We have the following setup:

Router .1 (IP)

Netgear ME102 in Point to Point (.11) to (via pair of 19 Dbi parabolic antenna's withing 1 mile of each other) Cabletron Roamabout (.12) in Point to MultiPlint mode.

Cabletron is ethernet connected to ethernet port of Aironet 1200.

Airnoet 1200 (.13) is Root with1 watt amp and 19 dbi Sector antenna.

Aironet 1200 repeater (.21) with 1 watt amp and 21 dbi parabolic and 19 dbi omni (for users running from repeater) about 10 miles from Root.

Infrastructure servers such as dns, website, email etc. are are .5 on a LAN connected to a hub that the .11 Netgear and the .1 router are connected to.

Here'w what's odd:

All wireless clients can get to all IP's of all equipoment as desired.

All WIRED equipment (.1 router, .5 infrastructure, .8 logging, etc.) can get to .11(p2p tried as p2mp to no avail) and .13(root), but not to .21 (repeater) nor .12 (p2mp tried as p2p to no avail).

Any idea why such weird routing/bridging issues?

Thank you.

Cisco Employee

Re: AP1200, WISP needing help ASAP.

please see the answers on your other post

If you resolve these problems first I am sure all the routing issues will fall into place

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Re: AP1200, WISP needing help ASAP.

thanks for the feedback on the other post, some of it should be useful. I'll post on that message in direct response to some of your suggestions, meanwhile, even with resolving some of those issues, it still doesn't make sense.

Why can the wireless clients get to the wired systems, but the wired systems can only get to some of the wireless systems/clients.

A few more examples:

Wireless: .11 (p2p to .12) .12 (p2mp), .10 (temp sensor on hub that .12 and .13 are ethernet connector to), .21 (repeater) .111 (client) .125 (client on repeater)

Wired: .11 (and wireless p2p to .12), .1 (router), .5(server), .8(server)

.5 CAN get to .1, .8, .11, .13, .111, and .125

.5 CAN'T get to .12, .10, .21

All wireless clients can get to each other and to all wired systems and Internet.

We have tried both with dumb hubs and with intelligent switched with no difference.