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  1. Audentis Fortuna Iuvat veritas_libertas's Avatar
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    Default Cisco Wireless APs

    I've been thinking about picking up a Cisco WAP on eBay to learn about how they work and are configured. Would something like the Aironet 1000 be fine? Do certain ones only work with a Wireless Controller or can they all be configured to work independently?
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    *bump* I must have posted this when no one was reading the forum...
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    Veritas_libertas... you can get the Cisco 1140's which are some decent controllers to work on and learn WLAN on and you can pick up one 1100 series which would light up a block. Also, the IOS after upgrade on these devices have all what you need to prepare for the CCNA wireless etc. plus they have all the security features needed built-in.
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    I like the 1242's, they support A, B and G.

    It's also nice to get the Wireless controller, make sure they sell you the 48VDC power adapter with that piece, otherwise they are pricey to buy separate.
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