When we were running our network in autonomous with multiple SSID we ran in Single BSSID mode. Since we converted to LWAPP everything seems to be in Multiple BSSID mode.
What are the advantages to running int Multiple BSSID mode?
I have a multi-story building and a high density AP environment. When looking at the wireless with Airmagnet it appears because of the multi BSSID mode that all of the AP's appear multiple times because of the multiple SSID's. Each SSID has it's own BSSID. This tends to multiply the number of AP 'appearences' as it pertains to the wireless clients. Would this effect roam times since the clients need to search more AP mac addresses for their SSID? Would switching to broacast SSID's help the roam times since the clients will not need to probe each BSSID for their SSID?