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Difference btwn 1400 and 1300

I would like to know what are the major differences between the Cisco Aironet 1400 and 1300Wireless Bridges?

Thanks,

sK

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Re: Difference btwn 1400 and 1300

The difference is that the 1300 series bridges exist on the 2.4 b/g spectrum and the 1400 series bridges are on the 5ghz .11a spectrum.

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Re: Difference btwn 1400 and 1300

Can they both handle VoIP traffic?

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Re: Difference btwn 1400 and 1300

Yes they can. The decision on which one to use should be based on distance and if there is other wireless networks nearby.

The 1400 can go a lot farther that the 1300. But keep in mind that this distance refers to a point to point bridge setup.

If you are looking for an outdoor AP to use with wireless VoIP phones, then your distance will be greatly limited.

Seth

Re: Difference btwn 1400 and 1300

The 1400 is a lot less vulnerable to local interference due to being on the 5ghz spectrum. If you are looking at using the solution as an outdoor AP then using the 7921 is a better phone solution. Less contention with b/g clients and rogue devices.

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