Greetings, first timer here.
We're adding public internet access to our existing wireless network. We are using a 4402 WLC for our guest controller, and our secure WLC is a 4404.
Cisco recommends placing a limit of 25 APs per distribution port, and we utilize that practice on our 4404. My question is, once we add the guest controller, which uses the same APs as the Anchor controller, do we have to re-apply the 25 AP/port rule to the guest controller?
The 4404 obviously has 4 distribution ports giving a max of 100 APs, and the 4402 has 2 resulting in only 50 APs. We've got all of our APs covered by the best practice on the 4404, but would exceed that on the 4402.
I thought that because the data is moving between the WLCs via the ether tunnel, I was covered by the 4404.
Thoughts or suggestions?
I can't seem to find anything in the white papers or best practices.
Thanks to all