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Differences Between WLC 2000 and 4400 series

Besides the supported number of access points, what are the differences in features between the WLC 2000 and 4400 series?

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Re: Differences Between WLC 2000 and 4400 series

On the 2006, you have 4 ports on the back, that can support up to 3 AP's being directly connected, and the other port as your connection to the network, and it does not support LAG (Link AGgregation). The ports are 10/100M, and it can not be an anchor for a mobility group.

On the 4400, you either have a 4402 or a 4404,the 2 has 2 Gig interfaces, and the 4404 has 4 Gig interfaces, you can not connect AP's directly to a 4400. Both 4400's will support LAG, and they can be used as anchors in a mobility group. Those are the big differences in them. They configure up the same, and interact with the wired and wireless networks the same.

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Re: Differences Between WLC 2000 and 4400 series

On the 2006, you have 4 ports on the back, that can support up to 3 AP's being directly connected, and the other port as your connection to the network, and it does not support LAG (Link AGgregation). The ports are 10/100M, and it can not be an anchor for a mobility group.

On the 4400, you either have a 4402 or a 4404,the 2 has 2 Gig interfaces, and the 4404 has 4 Gig interfaces, you can not connect AP's directly to a 4400. Both 4400's will support LAG, and they can be used as anchors in a mobility group. Those are the big differences in them. They configure up the same, and interact with the wired and wireless networks the same.

HTH, Steve ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Please remember to rate useful posts, and mark questions as answered
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