- Gold, 750 points or more
I am about to deploy WLC and LWAPP solution. I have only done Autonomous set up in the past and so would appreciated some clarification regardig the below points:
1.- switch port connected to LWAPP access points must be an access port (not trunk) correct ?
2.- switch port connected to WLC 44+ must be a trunk (assuming I need to map SSID to different vlans) correct ?
3.- WLC 44+ port can only be connected to a gigabit port .. so I can't change its speed in order to connect it to a fastethernet port .. correct ?
4.- What exactly is Management interface, service port, AP manager ..etc so many names I am getting confused.
5.- What is layer 2 and layer 3 mode .. I am also confused here.
6.- If I want all my LWAPP access points on vlan 10 (for argument sake) .. which WLC's interface do I need to place on vlan 10 in order for the access points to register ? I want to have LWAPP and WLC on the same vlan but with so many inteface names I don't know which one I have to use (AP manager ? perhaps )
7.- If I want SSID 1 (vlan 11), SSID 2 (VLAN 22). How do I configure the WLC interfaces (which one do I need to use .. create ..?) so that clients using SSID 1 can communicate on its respective VLAN 11
8.- Microsoft IAS and PEAP .. do I need to set up every access point as radius client ? or do I only need to configure the WLC as radius client .. and if so which WLC interface's IP address do I need to use on the radius server (IAS)
I apologize for so many questions and really appreciate your feedback which - as always - I am sure will make things clear.