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Configuring a repeater for a non-native vlan

I my office I have 3 Cisco Aironet 1130AG series access points. I want to setup a new access point as a repeater. So far I have configured it a repeater using Cisco's website. Also, I am configuring ...
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How to know which of the access points is the root access point

I my office I have 3 Cisco Aironet 1130AG series access points. I want to setup a new access point as a repeater. So far I have configured it a repeater using Cisco's website. Also, I am configuring ...
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Linksys E2500 works as access point

I have 2 wireless routers: a Belkin ADSL router where I receive the internet from ISP via cable, and a Linksys E2500. Is there any way that I can make the Linksys router an access point? Or something ...
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Routing access point internet through PC on same network

I have just bought a Cisco wireless access point (Cisco Wireless-N Access Point WAP4410N). It is connected to the same network as my computer. My devices can connect to the access point and get ...
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What controls the node connections when multiple access points with the same SSID are present?

What would govern the nodes connected to a wireless network when I have multiple access points that use the same SSID for roaming? I believe there is a command that shows the associations in Cisco IOS ...
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Outdoor WiFi Mesh Topology vs. Repeaters

Here's the current configuration in our organization (which I believe is incorrect): We have a number of Cisco 1500 series AP's (22 in total), that are mounted outdoors to provide seamless WiFi ...
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Cisco Wireless AP - How important is hidden SSID

I'm reading the manual for a Cisco wireless AP and they write: Most wireless networking devices give you the option of broadcasting the SSID. While this option may be more convenient, it allows ...