Delete old 352/342 AP/Bridge Association Table> HOW??
I have eight Cisco 352/342 bridges and access points in a network. These see a lot of transient traffic and connections and as a result, there are a lot of "unassigned" listings in the table that stay there for a long time.
Is there some way to "dump" the association tables and have the AP or Bridge generate a fresh table?
Re: Delete old 352/342 AP/Bridge Association Table> HOW??
Even i have faced the same thing when i check the association tables with multicast, infra host and entire network clicked on that page. However these IPs keep on changing. I think these might be the ips of other links coming in between the two bridges . any answers
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