[TriLUG] OT: Just bought a WAP11 and I'm pissed
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 06:14:48 EST 2006
I have a WAP54G running as a bridge connected to a Cisco AP-1200 and it
works great. I don't remember the exact screens but I had to "Survey" the
wireless layout then select the unit I wanted to bridge to. Works like a
I'll connect up to the device tonight when I get home to get you the
procedures. Fear not, this may work after all. Let's just hope the 54G and
the WAP11 work somewhat similarly.
On 2/6/06, Roy Vestal <rvestal at trilug.org> wrote:
> Okey, now that I have your attention:
> I just bought a Linksys WAP1 so I can bridge 2 ethernets together, one
> in the house, one in the garage. Here's setup:
> Netgear MR814 Wirless/wired router
> Old Linksys 4 port switch. WAP11.
> What I want to do is this:
> MR814 --> WAP11 <-- Linksys router
> I truely just want the #%@^EW$%# thing to be a bridge, not a repeater.
> According to the LOGIN screen, not the docs from the reseller (didn't
> check the docs on Linksys.com before the purchase), it only works with
> other Linksys gear.
> So my question is 2 fold. has anyone done something like this, use a
> WAP11 with a NON-Linksys Wireless router as a bridge. Is so, how'd you
> do it? If it's not possible, does anyone want the damn thing. I don't
> need another AP.
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