Wireless Lan Controller

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Oct 2nd, 2008

A have the next question:

I have five LAP registered with the wireless lan controller 4400 series and I have a new Wireless Lan Controlle 2100 Series and Can set the primary controller the Wireless Lan controller 4400 and the second controller the wireless lan controller 2100 ?


Or this scenario the Primary Controller the 4400 wireless lan controller and the Secondary Controller the 500 Series Wireless Lan Controller Express ?


Are this scenarios compatible?



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bbxie Thu, 10/02/2008 - 14:21

If you are running at L3 LWAPP, then you can config 4400 as primary controller, config 2100 as secondary controller.

but 4400+500 can't work

Rob Huffman Fri, 10/03/2008 - 06:15

Hi Ricardo,


Bo is most correct here. (+5 points for this good tip Bo). Sadly, although both product lines run LWAPP they are two "distinct" trains that will not work together.


This is shown in this good Q & A doc;


Q. Can the Cisco Mobility Express Solution also be used by enterprises as branch-office solutions?


A. It is strongly recommended that enterprises not deploy the Cisco Mobility Express Solution as a branch-office solution. The Cisco Mobility Express Solution was built for SMB customers. It does not provide many of the advanced features ideally suited for distributed enterprise networks that the Cisco Unified Wireless Network Solution supports, such as centralized management through the Cisco Wireless Control System. ***For this reason, the two solutions were intentionally kept distinct and are designed for different environments.


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/wireless/ps7306/ps7319/ps7338/prod_qas0900aecd8060c860_ps7320_Products_Q_and_A_Item.html


Hope this helps! Sorry man.

Rob


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