Does anyone know if its possible to create a Wireless Bridge between a WAP2000 and an Aironet 1300 series AP? I have had no success in doing this, despite having the same SSID, channel and security between both devices. I have also tried to bridge the WAP2000 to a 1200 series AP we have in production with no luck.
I have had conflicting answers from people at Cisco support as to whether the WAP2000 should be able to bridge to any 802.11G AP, or if it can only bridge to another WAP2000.
Does anyone have a firm answer on whether or not this should be possible?
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