I have two WAP4410N units, one configured as a regular AP and the other one configured using WDS to extend the WiFi range. Everything 'appears' to be working and both are up, but how can I tell which AP I am connected to? And how can I tell if the WDS unit is actually connected to the first AP and is actually broadcasting the signal?
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A Wireless Access Point (WAP) connects to a router and serves as a node
to the Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). Clustering is when multiple
WAPs are joined on the same network. Th...
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firmware releases are improvements from previous firmware versions.
Network device performance can be enhanced when an upgrade is made.
Firmware files can be downloaded through: Trivial File...
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service for software events such as message logs. Without synchronized
time, accurate correlation of log files betw...