The purpose of this article is to explain the configuration between old-generation (in the code containing the letters AP) and new-generation (in the code containing the letters AC) antennas. This configuration is in Access Point - client Bridge mode.
It is necessary to be careful with the frequency and the channel that we put in the Access Point, because if we choose characteristics which the client antenna does not have, the two antennas will not be detected between them.
Access Point Antenna: In this case the old generation antenna is the AP, and has the following frequencies:
Client antenna: It's the new ENSTATIONAC. The first thing we have to take into account is that in Client Bridge mode the antenna doesn't allow us to see the channels it has because the tab is inactive; what we have to do is put it in WDS Bridge mode:
By doing this we can see that there are several frequencies compatible with the old generation antenna:
The frequency that the two antennas have in common (our test has been with the 5.54 GHz) is established and the Client Bridge will detect the Access Point correctly.