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N+1 Mobility List

Hi Experts,

According to Cisco documentation, controllers with N+1 redundany do not have to be in the same mobility group, which is for roaming purposes.

In my situation, the backup controller is located in a different city.

Do primary controllers need to see the backup controller in their Mobility Lists?

Or any benefit if to add the backup controller to the Mobility Lists of primary controllers?

Thanks

Cedar

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N+1 Mobility List

Yes, it is recommended that they still be in the mobility list

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a00809817ca.shtml

HTH,
Steve

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N+1 Mobility List

Mobility Group listing is required for AP Fallback.  So yes you should have it configured in the mobility group setting.  N+1 is no different than having redundant WLC with licenses.  Configuration is the same and how it functions. 

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Scott

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N+1 Mobility List

Yes, it is recommended that they still be in the mobility list

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a00809817ca.shtml

HTH,
Steve

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New Member

N+1 Mobility List

Hi Steve,

Thanks for the reply.

However, I could not find the confirmation from the url indicating that backup controller needs to be added to the mobility list of the primary controllers. Or did I miss anything?

Thanks,
Cedar

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N+1 Mobility List

Mobility Group listing is required for AP Fallback.  So yes you should have it configured in the mobility group setting.  N+1 is no different than having redundant WLC with licenses.  Configuration is the same and how it functions. 

Thanks,

Scott

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New Member

N+1 Mobility List

Thanks Scott. It makes sense to me.

Cedar

N+1 Mobility List

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