Using CLI to connect a Workgroup Bridge to a Root AP
I'm trying to connect a bridge from a Cisco 1142 AP to a Meraki AP. I have access to the Cisco AP and the Meraki AP is setup. I also have access to the Meraki's SSID, vlan and security.
How would I use the CLI to link the two APs given this information? I've scoured the internet, and all Cisco pages only report on how to configure the Cisco AP to be a bridge and not how to link to the other AP.
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