I have two 2504 WLCs that I need to connect to the same network. The reason for this is an upcoming event (we are supplying Wireless network so the meeting delegate can access a local server running a meeting system) where there will be 500-600 devices, and as I understand the 2504 can only support up to 500 devices.
So my question is, can I join the two WLCs to support up to 600 devices, and if its possible - how could I accomplish that?.
This is the current setup have been using, and we have done successful events with up to 450 devices.
That sounds perfect! Is there any way I can make sure that our 2504 does support 1000 clients? The software version we are running could be some what outdated. Its a little hard to test when I dont have the 500+ clients .
OK, I will try that. Will there be any problems with the DCHP assignments? Since I'm using the WLC as DCHP server I guess that I should enable the DCHP server on one of the controllers, and setup the other one to point at the first one for DHCP. Will the APs then get their IP from the "main" controller, or do they need to get there IP from the controller they are connected to?
And how do I choose on wich controller wich AP should connect to?
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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