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Cisco Wireless bridge question

Hello,

I have two Cisco 1250's, one setup as root with wireless client, and the other as non-root with wireless client. I have put the root in the main office, and put the non-root in the secondary office that is less than 100 feet away. I can from my wireless connection in the secondary office, connect to the non-root and get access to the main building. I than plug in a Cisco switch into the gigabit interface of the non-root, and I cannot get an IP address. I'm using the BVI interface on both AP. Can anyone let me know what I'm doing wrong?

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bpinningCommented:
Have you tried setting a static IP on the Switch ?
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sonos_adminAuthor Commented:
Yes, I have set a static IP address on VLAN 100. VLAN 100 is our corp network subnet, and both AP have  VLAN 100 setup as well. Do you think I might need to check and see if the gigabit interface is on VLAN 100 on the APs?

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bpinningCommented:
Yes,

Also check your DNS etc on the Switch
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sonos_adminAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I will try that tomorrow when I'm back at work.
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sonos_adminAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help, it turns out the issue was on the switch, and not on the AP like I thought. It was the STP running on the switch that was causing the problem.
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