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using a AIRONET bridge 350 as an access point

Hello.

i have a question.

I'm trying to use a cisco BRIDGE aironet BR350 as an access-point.

I'm using a PCMCIA card model AIR-PCM350.

But, until now, I'm not able to associate this card in

the association table of the Bridge.

Did someone already used this bridge as an access-point,

obtaining better results?

I mean: The software of the bridge, permits the use of this machine as AP.

Is this really true?

Or I must use the dedicated AP350 ?

thanks

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New Member

Re: using a AIRONET bridge 350 as an access point

Davide

Yes, you can do this.

You need to configure the bridge to work in AP mode - this is done on the setup screen of the radio - and can also be done in "Express Setup".

Barry

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Re: using a AIRONET bridge 350 as an access point

When I set this up at a client site as I recall you can only use the non-root bridge as an AP. You aren't by any chance trying to use one bridge as an AP are you? If you are I'm not sure that you can set one unit as a non-root bridge without having a root bridge in existence. Maybe someone else could answer that question for you.

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