Question about Cisco Aironet 340 Wireless Bridge
I purchased an AIRONET AIR-BR340 Series Wireless Bridge off of ebay. It did not come with a manual. I got the bridge and the power supply only. Needless to say I didn't do all my homework before the purchase. How do I set this thing up and can it be done with a Macintosh? My Mac has a 2.16 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor with 1GB of Ram. Any help at all will be GREATLY appreciated!!!
That's a really general question, but I can give general answers!
First thing is to get a console cable and then start a console session to the AP. This should be entirely possible on a mac, but possibly easier to explain on a PC. You need a Cisco rollover/console cable and a COM port.
You'll probably want to reset the password while you're at it. That can be obtained from Cisco's doco's.
After that, configure it with an IP address you can use, and enable http on it. These are several command-line commands.
HTTP to it and use the GUI to set it up for whatever you want to achieve.
Let us know at which stage you get particularly stuck, because it's quite an in-depth process. =-]
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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