my setup consists of a bunch of PC's connected using a 3com wireless bridge and one wireless laptop. The 870 is also acting firewall, so it has an internet connection in fa4.
All devices can reach the router and internet. But the laptop and the other devices cannot connect to each other. Is there a command that I need to enter to allow two wireless clients (bridge + laptop) to connect to eachother? Or is it just the stupid 3com bridge that is acting wierd?
A capture of the traffic shows that the PC's dont get any answers from the arp request. So I just tried to enter static arps on the hosts, but that didnt help.
I've been having the same problem for several months now and it's driving me NUTS. The problem is *not* your 3Com bridge... I'm using an 871W (with wireless built right in to the chassis) and it still refuses to arp for wireless clients. It's totally unrelated to PSPF, as turning it off and on made no difference.
I'm reasonably convinced this is a bug. I'm going to open a TAC case and see what they say.
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