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Management interface in same subnet for mobility group controllers?

Cisco says, in the config guide for 7.0:

"It is recommended that all controllers in the mobility group should have the management interface in the same subnet."

What are the reasons for this and what are the ramifications if we cannot do this?

Thanks.

Debbi

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Management interface in same subnet for mobility group controlle

Honestly, I couldn't tell you.  I've seen plenty of networks that have the WLC on different subnets, especially if they run different subnets in different buidlings, at it works fine.

I think the important part of that note is the second part.

A topology where one controller's management interface and other controller's dynamic interface are on same subnet not recommended for seamless mobility.

Steve

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Re: Management interface in same subnet for mobility group contr

If we keep the mang intf in the same subnet, I think tht will Jst keep them local for roaming.

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Re: Management interface in same subnet for mobility group contr

For roaming the client MSCB entry being moved or anchored is based in the client interface/IP/subnet not the management interface.

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Management interface in same subnet for mobility group controlle

Just wanted to ask a question here, I have read the maximum number of EoIP sessions supported by the WLC is 40, has any faced issues with this maximum numbers, wanted to know how the WLC behaves if the number is exceeded

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NikhiL

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