New to the forum and new to wirless, and have a config question.
I recently implemented a Wireless solution that upgraded our network from Autonomous to LWAPP.
We are using 2 4404s and WCS all running 4.2 code.
Currently my APs reside in a management VLAN along with the rest of the switches on our network. We have a Main VLAN (server's, clients) I configured the "Main" WLAN to reside on the same VLAN as the wired clients. My 4404 has a dynamic interface in the Main VLAN and my wireless clients are able to pull DHCP IPs from a server that resides on the Main VLAN.
Besides security, is there any reason why I would not want to overlap my wired and wireless clients.
TAC engineers told me that the 4404 is basically an acquisition from Airespace, and therefore routes/switches a bit differently than a Cisco switch. I was told that the 4404 "believes" that since it has a dynamic interface in the Main VLAN, that it owns the VLAN and that this can cause issues if there are wired devices on the same VLAN. I can't find anywhere on Cisco or the web that recommends against this configuration.
Can anyone give me an explanation as to why this is not a desired config...outside of security reasons.