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Multiple access points - one authentication

Hi all.

My boss just asked me if there was a way for him to move from point A to Point B with his wireless laptop and

NOT have to reauthenticate at point B if I install another access point there. Right now I have us setup on a

Cisco WAP4410N Access Point that works well when he's within range of the antenna. The point B

location is upstairs and while it's only about 50-70 feet away from the Point A access point the

signal he's getting there is very weak so he wants me to install another AP there.

IOW he wants to authenticate once at point A and when he walks up to point B he wants the laptop to

pickup the newer hotter signal when I put another AP point in.

Is this possible?

I was looking at the client/repeater  tabs in the firmware.

Thanks.

Frank Tierno

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Re: Multiple access points - one authentication

Here is an older post regarding the WAP4410N

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3078024#3078024

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-Scott
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Re: Multiple access points - one authentication

Here is an older post regarding the WAP4410N

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3078024#3078024

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-Scott
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Re: Multiple access points - one authentication

Thanks. Will try some of these suggestions.

We do use CDW btw.....

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Re: Multiple access points - one authentication

Well I hope that the CDW engineer knew that:)

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-Scott
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