I've been researching the setup procedures for the Cisco WiSM and I have two quick questions regarding it's setup:
1. In the documentation, it was stated "Create a vlan in the Supervisor 720, this vlan is local to the chassis and is used for
communication between Cisco WiSM and Catalyst Supervisor 720 over a Gigabit interface on
the Supervisor and service-port in the Cisco WiSM."
The word 'local' confuses me a little. Does this mean that it is to be a private vlan or else a vlan that isn't seen elsewhere on the network? Currently I run a vlan for all my management utilities (switches, WLCs, CWS, etc.) so I am curious if I can still use that same VLAN for the service-port on the WiSM or not.
2. In the document there are two IOS versions it explains configuring with. Rather, two ranges; 12.2.18SXF2 to 12.2.18SXF5, and 12.2.18.SXF6.
SXF8 is the most recent 6509 IOS at the moment since I checked last, and I was hoping to get confirmation on if this was supported with the WiSM and if it uses the same setup style of the SXF6 IOS?
Thanks in advance.
I beleive this is mandatory :)
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