A Cisco Access Point (AP) and a Cisco Wireless Bridge cannot associate to each other. Only a workgroup bridge can associate with an AP.You can connect two AP in repeater mode but not in root mode. Instead of establishing a connection between an AP and a bridge you can make two bridges to communicate with each other
Possible associations with an AP are:
An AP to a client
An AP to an AP (in repeater mode)
An AP (in repeater mode) to a base station (in AP mode)
Dear Cisco community. I have a Cisco 881W without wireless antennas. I have long ethernet cables from this unit to 3 computers. I would like to replace the ethernet cables with plug and play ethernet to wifi adapters if you understand. The computers ...
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