I successfully connected a DLink AP (DWL900AP+), as client mode to my Cisco AP350, but it only connects to AP if I set AP352 to Allow "Broadcast" SSID to Associate.
The docs says:
"Use this setting to choose whether devices that do not specify an SSID (devices that are broadcasting in search of an access point to associate with) are allowed to associate to this radio."
I will use this connection (Cisco AP with DLink AP client) in an outdoor environment and I´m afraid of many other devices, in the range of the antenna used, get associated to my AP, although it will not be connected without WEP configuration. Any way the list of association devices in the AP could become so big.
I tried to simulate this in lab with a WGB352 in the same range, but there is no way to configure it to broadcast SSID in the menu. So I dont know if it is a real problem.
So, what is the implication in using AP with this option set to yes ?
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