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HOW DO I CONNECT TWO POINTS WITH A CISCO 3640 ROUTER

hi, i want to know what IOS, MODULES AND CARDS i need to connect a cisco 3640 router wireless point to point, to transfer ip voice or data.

Please send me the part number for the modules and cards.

Thank You

Federico Leon Castro.

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Re: HOW DO I CONNECT TWO POINTS WITH A CISCO 3640 ROUTER

Well it seems that nobody have try that, i think maybe a modem that converts wireless to RJ45 so we can plug it into the Ethernet port, or wireless to serial.

I saw the information too but i'm not interested in a multi point just P2P wireless, and i think you too?.

Please if someone knows something about this, let us know.

Federico Leon Castro

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Re: HOW DO I CONNECT TWO POINTS WITH A CISCO 3640 ROUTER

Cisco Aironet 340 (or 350) series wireless bridges can interconnect two Cisco routers over line-of-sight point-to-point. Typically, you select a dual Ethernet router for this (2621 is typical). The second Ethernet becomes the "WAN" interface. Distances can go up to 15 miles at 2.4 GHz in relatively idea conditions. I have done this very easily in 1-8 mile ranges. This is a very common application for T1 replacement.

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