I had 2 Linksys access points WAP54GPE connected in bridge mode. They worked properly for two years. One of the access points broke down and I replaced it with Cisco SB WAP200E (since WAP54GPE is EOL). So, now I'm trying to connect one WAP54GPE and one WAP200E in bridge mode.I configured WAP200E exactly the same as WAP54GPE was configured, and it can not even find the other acces point.
I attched the configuration files of both the access points.
Both of them have the newest version of firmware.
Please inform me if there is something i should change in the configuration that will solve my issue?
Unfortunately, there is nothing wrong with your configuration. Your initial configuration of like devices -two WAP54GPs would have and should have afforded network connectivity in bridge mode, The issue you are encountering directly stems from an interoperability standpoint. There are a few articles and answer ID's within the Linksys knowledge base specifically stating the WAP54G will only communicate with another WAP54G when set to Access Point Client, or when set to Wireless Bridge. This also includes the WAP54GP models as well. The answer ID documenting this subject is (4185), and (16627) in the Linksys KB.
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