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BR350 as client to non-Cisco AP?

 
 
tomviolin
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      08-04-2006
I know that the BR350 in access point mode allows non-Cisco devices to
associate with it, and identifies them as "Generic 802.11."

Is the reverse possible? Can a BR350 be configured to allow it to
associate with a "Generic" 802.11 AP?

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      08-06-2006
tomviolin schrieb:
> I know that the BR350 in access point mode allows non-Cisco devices to
> associate with it, and identifies them as "Generic 802.11."
>
> Is the reverse possible? Can a BR350 be configured to allow it to
> associate with a "Generic" 802.11 AP?


No.

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