I have a customer that wants to use the service port interface as a backup entry door to its WLCs in the event of a network failure or misconfiguration. I have configured the WLC's mgt and ap-manager interface in a 10.50.x.x network and the service interface in a 10.103.x.x network, which are 2 completely separate networks. Cisco's documentation is unclear as to how to configure the service interface. Should I have the service interface completely separate from the 10.x.x.x network class (e.g 172.16.x.x or 192.168.x.x) or I am okay in using the 10.103.x.x. network?
The WLC can be configured with static routes. Are those, when configured, reserved for the service interface? Should I configure the WLC with a static route? And if yes what should it be?
Your help would be greatly appreciated