Hello everyone, I am configuring a Cisco wireless AP and the IP address used to access the device is, let's say 192.168.1.1. I know that this wireless AP is a layer 2 device and that this IP address is used to access and manage the device, but my question is: How is it possible to access the web-based setup page of this device (http://192.168.1.1) via either the wireless interface or Ethernet interface? Does it mean these two interfaces are bridged? The reason why I am asking is because as far as I know, the IP address assigned by default to a wireless AP is similar to an IP address we assign to a switch when we want to trace and manage it on a network or VLAN, which is interface-VLAN x or SVI x in this case. Am I right or is there anything I am missing here? Any clarification is appreciated and I would love to hear your opinions as well on this matter, thanks.
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