rbeede wrote:The stake president can authorize the usage of stake funds. If the FM group doesn't have the budget, and the stake president has a need now for wireless then he may choose to do so. With his authorization you could work with the FM group and cut them a check from the stake funds to cover the costs of the equipment (they have to order the equipment and cutting a check would require the stake president to make arrangements with the local area office so the FM group can do this). Another option is to have the stake president contact the area office to get the FM group funds now.
It isn't firmware that needs to be changed. It is the radio unit. While some Cisco WAPs have modular radios some do not. Upgrading a radio from 802.11b to 802.11b/g may cost nearly two thirds the cost of a new 1041N WAP.sphester wrote:In fact I am interested to see if the GSC might be able to firmware the units to a revision that allows the g standard to be used.
Both statements are correct. The Cisco Aironet 1100 is configurable for different radios. But to go from just a 802.11b radio to a 802.11b/g radio requires swapping out the radio.sphester wrote:They have previously told me that the Cisco Aironet 1100 unit we use in our stake can only do b yet when I have done some searching on google it seems to say they are b and g devices.
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