I"m setting up a wireless network in our warehouse to be used with handheld computer/scanners for inventory. I have the first WAP200 setup in Access Point mode with the Mac address of the second entered into the "allowed to repeat" field. On the second I have set it to repeater mode and done the site survey ... which enters the MAC address of the first device. I have also set the SSID of both devices to match. The issue I'm having is that my device can log onto either WAP200 ... but it sees them as separate network connections ... I need to get these things to bounce from one device to the next as if they are the same wireless network. Is this possible ??
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