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Wireless bridges (Cisco 1310)

I am looking to connect a remote location to our main LAN via a wireless bridge (Cisco 1310). I was going to use a WAP (Cisco 1100) at the facility end but someone told me that a bridge can only communicate with another bridge.

Is this true?

If this is the case, then I would have to use (2) Cisco 1310's correct?

thx

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Re: Wireless bridges (Cisco 1310)

Yes for true bridging you will need to use two bridges. You can send further queries to the wireless forum too.

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Re: Wireless bridges (Cisco 1310)

What do you mean by "true" bridging?

The remote location will only be sending data to a machine on the LAN. There will not be any communication back to the remote segment.

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