Connecting 2 separate Networks With Wireles Bridges
I'm looking for some insight on the procedures to connect 2 separate networks using 1300 series bridges. The networks are approx 2 kilometers apart and we have line of sight.
I have previously connected between sites that were only a few hundred yards away and all devices were part of the same network. The difference here is separate networks.
I know that I need to configure the root and non-root devices and assign an infrastructure ssid to the dot11radio. How should I go about assigning an ip address to the bvi1 interface at each location since they are part of different networks? Or does it matter. I know that when you link 2 routers together both interfaces must be in the same network but the bridges will be making their connection via the dot11radio and ssid which does not get an ip address.
Re: Connecting 2 separate Networks With Wireles Bridges
Thanks Scott. We are routing at both locations with layer 3 switches. I think creating a vlan common to both locations and attaching the bridges to the new vlan might work. That would put them in the same network. Then we could set up static routes to route traffic through the vlan interfaces from one site to the other.
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