In my LAN, I have always been used an Aironet 1250 for internal use and always work fine. Now, I added a 3com AP but both AP are not correct. When I turned off the AIRONET 1250, the 3COM AP settings works fine. When both are turn on, the 3COM AP loses connectivity all the time.
I have heard about the overlapping channels in 802.11b/g networks.
Someone could tell me what I could do for solving this?
Note: Due to restrictions on my security lan, I could not use two SSID(using vlans) on my aironet 1250. This will be the best scenario, but it was not possible.
yes. The Aironet 1250 connects to a DHCP server in the range 10.150.x.x and the 3com AP connects to a range 192.168.1.x. The DHCP servers are in different places and there is no any possibility that they could overlap one and another.
But I realized that the problem must be between the two access point because the 3 com AP got an IP Address from the range 10.150.x.x(it sounds crazyness but its true). Offcourse, soon the 3COM AP loses the connection.
Now the topology has changed. I am not using VLANs anymore due to the fact I got a 3com ap and connect straight to the router internet. The settings of Cisco Aironet AP is as always do(using VLAN native and connect to a dhcp server internal).
In the router internet, I created a DHCP pool, which is being used by the 3com AP.
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