Connecting Bridge access points to a SG200-26P switch
I will be installing a wireless bridge using 1242AG access points configued as root and non-root to link two buildings.
At the non-root end the 1242 will be connected to a Cisco SG200-26P switch
and at the root end the access point will be connected to a Cisco small business pro ESW 520 24P switch
My question is this: If I double up on the access points to provide resilience/extra band-width by having 2 x root and 2 x non-root access points connected to the switches will I invoke a netowkr loop condition? And if so will spanning tree port-block one of the access point connections?
Thanks in advance. Id prefer to know whats likley to happen before trying it out on site!
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