I am trying to configure an RV180W to act as a wireless bridge to our guest wireless network (Cisco 4404 WLC, 1130AG access points, WPA2 personal). I was told in a Cisco support chat that this configuration was possible, now that I have the RV180W it doesn't seem that it is.
I've configured the RV180W as a WDS Bridge with the ssid name, WPA2 key, and MAC of an AP hosting the guest wireless but it still doesn't seem to connect. I have a feeling I would need another WDS device for this to work, and that it will not connect to just any wireless network.
Does anyone have any expierence using an RV180W as a wireless bridge?
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