I will like to make inquiries about the Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Access Points. I want to know if the Access Points are Cisco proprietary. Is it possible to have Cisco Aironet 1400 Series Access Point and connect third-party Subscriber units to it? If not, which other Cisco Access Points are not proprietary? Thank you for your prompt response.
When dealing with a 1410 for the most part yes they are propietary. Bridging with 802.11 really isn't standardized so each vendor could do it slightly different. A 1410 is only a wireless bridge and doesn't accept client associations so it will only associate to other 1410's. I have seen some of the other Cisco AP's that have been able to associate to another vendor such as a wireless ISP.
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