I'm designing a Campus network L3 Access in a Building with 30 floors and aproximately 250 APs,8 APs in each floor.
For each floor I will use two /24 subnet (one for data and one for voice). I have 2 WiSM...
I don't wanna to use another two /24 subnet for each floor only for redundancy, so I want to know
if i can use the following idea (Please take a look in the PPT File)
I will create a AP Group in each controller to include the APs for each 2 floors (for example floor 1 and 2).
The only diference between those AP Group in each controller is the network subnet associated with the Dynamic
Interface. The AP Group in controller WiSM1-A will be associated with the 192.168.1.0 network and the AP Group
in controller WiSM2-A will be associated with the 192.168.2.0 network.
The APs in the first floor I will configure to use the controller WiSM1-A as primary and I expect to see the hosts with the 192.168.1.0/24 network.
The APs in the second floor I will configure to use the controller WiSM2-A as primary and I expect to see he hosts with the 192.168.2.0/24 network.
If one of those controllers fail (for example WiSM1-A), I think all the APs will use the another controller and I expect to see the hosts with the 192.168.2.0. In this case I know that network 192.168.2.0 is used for both the two floors, not more just one floor. I accept that half the users can use the wireless network during the fail..
Is this works and if yes, can I use this idea with Mobility Group, Roaming L3, etc ????
Thanks in Advanced,