Can you use a ZoneFlex 7343 Access Point to create a wireless bridge?

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I need to install an IP camera into a shed on our site and we have a Ruckus ZoneFlex 7343 Access Point going spare

The site already has wifi and so I was wondering if there is a clear guide how I can use the 7343 to connect my ip camera to the rest of the network through the wifi?

I've searched online how to do this by creating a wifi bridge but when I go to the hotzone some of the options under wifi dont seem to be there

The shed has power for both the camera and wifi

Any help would be appreciated
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I'm sorry, but a standalone AP cannot bridge to other manufacturer equipment, as Ruckus uses a 4-mac WDS method.
You might find our previous CPE device like mf7211 on eBay.  That has a single Eth port, and can connect to a WLAN
advertised in 5G band, like a WPA2-PSK SSID, meant to provide wireless access to non-wifi devices/PCs. 

Otherwise it would take 2 x 7343 and a ZD to mesh from the shed to your ISP wifi modem, a more pricey solution.