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Dumb question, we have (3) Cisco 1240AG access points.

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We've placed them on the east,center, and west side of the floor.  I'm curious how I can get all 2 (east and west) to share the center AP local Mac. address list.  We are already using EAP but wanted to put in place local Mac Authentication.  I'm curious if I was to set the center AP as a Root Bridge mode would that solve the problem.  Didn't want to create a Mac Authentication Server as of yet.  Also don't want to put Mac address in all 3 AP's.  Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.
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