I just bought two WAP4410N's and I was going to use them as a wireless bridge. I put them about 100 feet apart, configured them as a wireless bridge and I was able to ping across the wireless to the device on the other I needed to access. I thought this was going to be a great solution. Then about 15 minutes later, I lost connectivity to the far side. I reset both devices and it came back up for a short time, and then it went down again. Both devices are still powered up but the wireless point to point link goes down. Is this a bug or some sort? Anyone have any idea?
No I never did figure it out. I returned them... I called support and they basically had no answers. They offered me the replacement as well but since they were a few days old I went the RMA route. I went with Netgear WG102's and have been very happy with them.
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