I am currently looking at installing some external access points so I can provide true outside Wi-Fi.
The problem is I cannot use certain channels outside. Now, I wanted to use my existing wireless controller for these access points but seeing as the channel selection is global I seem to have a dilema:
1) I disable the channels I cannot use on the controller, thus disabling them for all my inside APs as well.
2) I purchase another controller, specifically for any external APs.
Am I correct? Or is there another way of doing it?
I would agree if the controller had a concept of what was an external access point and an indoor access point. The problem is the controller doesn't, so you select the channels to use based on your country code. However, this assumes that all access points are going to be inside.
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