Cisco Aironet 340 and 350 series bridges can be connected to the same LAN segments, but they cannot communicate wirelessly.
The 340 and 350 series bridges are not designed to work together. If you use both the 340 and the 350 series bridges on your network, make sure that the 340 series bridges have radio bridge links only to other 340 series bridges. The 350 series bridges must have radio bridge links only to other 350 series bridges.
Is there a way to specifically assign the IW3700's antenna ports to either 2.4GHz or 5Ghz only or 2 Ports for 2.4Ghz and 2 Ports for 5Ghz for a 2x2 MIMO configuration? Would this be done through CLI or the GUI?
I feel like Cisco is straight up lying to me when they call the 1562i internal antenna omnidirectional. https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/access_point/1560/installation/guide/1560hig/1560_ch1.html Look at the "omnidirectional"...
What does a lightweight access point send when multiple WLCs respond to the "CISCO_CAPWAP-CONTROLLER.localdomain" hostname during the CAPWAP discovery and join process? Does it unicast discovery request to the first WLC that resolves the domain name...
I am trying to join Cisco AIR-AP1562E-B-K9 outdoor AP on our Cisco 5760 WLC, but AP is unable to join the WLC.Please, advise.I tried to run below command from console# capwap ap primary-base WLC-5760 10.x.x.x Jul 6 15:18:28.916: *%CAPWAP-3-DISC...