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  1. Hi I have a Cisco AP 1815i with Mobility Express (v 8.5.135) and three Cisco AP 2602i connected through wires to the network. In Mobility Express I can manage all the WIFI network just fine. I'm needing to add a fourth Cisco AP 2602i to the schema, but I would love to avoid wiring it. So I was thinking about connecting it wirelessly using MESH. I know 2602i's can do this, when they have the other firmware (autonomous?), in fact, I use to have them set up like this before getting the 1815i and installing ME. Can someone tell me if this is possible, and how to accomplish it? Thank you very much.
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