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How to know if one Cisco Access Point supports Bridging/repeater Option

Hello, 

I need to replace one Cisco Wireless access point. I had one Cisco AP AIR-AP1252G-A-K9 is dead now. Right now I am checking to see if I can install Cisco AIR-CAP2602E-A-K9 Access Point. I need to have bridge option available for the new access point. How can I confirm if one access point supports bridging ?

 

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Re: How to know if one Cisco Access Point supports Bridging/repeater Option

Hi

 It does support bridge. You can go on the AP config on the WLC and in "AP Mode" you can verify the bridge option.

 

 

 

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Beginner

Re: How to know if one Cisco Access Point supports Bridging/repeater Option

Thank You but how to know it before deploying the AP into Network.

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Re: How to know if one Cisco Access Point supports Bridging/repeater Option

Take a look at the IOS Autonomous release notes and or configuration guide. That will state what is supported. Only Autonomous AP’s suppoet P2P bridging and or repeater. Lightweight supports bridge for mesh. 

 

Take a a look at the WLC matrix for AP and supported code then reference the code release notes and or configuration guide. 

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/compatibility/matrix/compatibility-matrix.html#12307

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Re: How to know if one Cisco Access Point supports Bridging/repeater Option

Manual or installation guide.

 

 

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