3850 Wireless controller and 2504 controller on same network
We just installed a new 3850 as our core switch with some 2960s hanging off it that sit in other buildings in the campus. We were planning on using the 3850 as a wireless controller for the whole campus, but found out that it doesn't support the APs if they aren't directly connected to it. We weren't going to replace the 2960s with 3850s in all the buildings so we were advised to use the 2504 controller to handle all the wireless.
The problem I have now is the 3850 still grabs all the wireless APs before the 2504 even detects them.
Do I have to turn off the wireless controller somehow in the 3850?
How can I make the two work together? This is a flat network with a single VLAN setup on it.
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