4400 Series WLAN Controller cluster setup features

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Jul 9th, 2008

Hi dear,

i configured two (2) 4400 Series WLAN Controller as cluster (one primary and one secondary - Active & standby)...It works fine...But i have only one concerns:

During my clustering tests, i noticed that when i switch-off the primary all Lightweight APs go to the secondary which is normal but when i switch-on the primary the Lightweight APs remain registred in the secondary...Is it normal? or i missed something?

Please advise

Best Regards


I have this problem too.
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Scott Fella Wed, 07/09/2008 - 03:54

To make this work, you need three things:

1st, you need to have AP Fallback enabled on both WLC's.

2nd, you need to define the primary and secondary WLC on the AP itself.

3rd, you need to make sure both controllers are configured in the mobility group and has the same mobility group.

MICHAEL BASTINCK Thu, 08/14/2008 - 01:43


DO you need to enter any configuration changes on both controllers or is there any feature to have this automatically ? ( e.g, if I create an access list on the primary, do I have to create it manullay on the secondary as well ?)

Scott Fella Thu, 08/14/2008 - 05:30

Yes you do since they don't sync together. If you have a WCS you can create a template and push that out.


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