Does anyone have a best guess answer as to when we might see a 802.11n wireless bridge similar to the WET200? The current product has been out for a while, and I would love to replace my D-Link DAP-1522, but it's 802.11n and has GigaBit ports... getting the WET200 would be a downgrade.
The WAP4410N can be placed into bridge mode - you will need a WRVS4400Nv2 to utilize WDS feature. The thing i like about the WET200 is that it has multiple Ethernet ports and it can connect too just about any other wireless router on the market.
I am aware of the WAP4410N, but the switch ports are also needed. I have a desk in my Home Office with a few non-wireless devices (IP Phone, desktop computer, NAS) that need network connectivity.
Before someone recommends it... I prefer not to have a switch and an access-point. Unfortunately no products amongst Cisco's (or Linksys) product line seem to meet this need.
Ahhhhh... Yeeaahh... That might look a little funny sitting on my office desk!
Besides the fact that you just recommended a $3000 product in the "SMALL" Business Forum, I would expect a better reply from someone with "VIP" status... Epic Fail!
I hope you're not resolving questions for the 'points'...? Whatever happened to quality over quantity?
I enjoy a good laugh just like the next guy, but that's just wrong... can we get somone from Cisco to rule on this "Correct Answer"?
I just actually got done working on a project with Quatech dp501. now its not 802.11n but its a sweet little bridge and works very well.
This might be worth a look:
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I am aware of the product, and was disappointed to see that it only came with one ethernet port. With the emergence of IP enabled TV's, DVR's and game consoles, I would have expected it to have more ports.
Interesting product. Not really what I was looking for, but I could see some usable applications.
Hi Ed -- Sincerely appreciate the input. I've shared your comments with the Wireless product management and engineering teams. Will definitely give your ideas consideration in the next planning cycle.
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