| On Sep 27, 5:28 am, Merv wrote: | > On Sep 27, 5:00 am, Morph wrote: | >
| > > There are two Cisco Aironet 350 Workgroup Bridge's used to bridge two | > > locations. One of them is now dead and has to be replaced. What is the | > > best sollution for replacing the 350 Bridge? | > > I was thinking about Aironet 1310. Is this the best solution? Can the | > > customer use the same antenna that he used for the 350? | > > Thanx in addvance! | >
| > as far as antenennas are concerened it looks like the unit can be | > order with either an internal anntenna or with connectors for external | > antennas. | >
| > see the data sheet @ | >
| | well I guess there is the 1310 and the 1410; I am not sure of the | differences between the two. | | Persoanlly I would get a set of which either one you select. | | IIRC the 350 is a b radio and the 1310 and 1410 is a g radio.
The website you recomended has this: "The Cisco Aironet 1300 Series supports the 802.11g standard-providing
54-Mbps data rates with a proven, secure technology while maintaining full backward compatibility with legacy 802.11b devices" so I guess it should work with the 350 in 802.11b mode.