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Ver 7.4 / Do we use the management I.P or Redundant I.P for LWAP?

I have a general question.

I've x-out some numbers for privacy reason.

On 7.3/7.4, I believe they share the same management I.P when SSO is enabled.

With that said, do the AP use that for the WLC or do they point to the Redundant Management I.P and use the Peer Management I.P as their secondary WLC?

Or should their only be one entry on the AP that points to the management I.P?

Hope that makes sense.

For example, our management is X.X.117.4 and our redundant is .5 and peer redundant is .9

How would the AP be setup in this case?

Thanks

(Cisco Controller) >show redundancy summary

Redundancy Mode = SSO ENABLED

     Local State = ACTIVE

      Peer State = STANDBY HOT

            Unit = Primary

         Unit ID = XXXXXXXX

Redundancy State = AP SSO

    Mobility MAC = XXXXXXXX

Average Redundancy Peer    Reachability Latency = 526 usecs

Average Management Gateway Reachability Latency = 5916 usecs

Redundancy Management IP Address................. X.X.117.5

Peer Redundancy Management IP Address............ X.X.117.9

Redundancy Port IP Address....................... 169.254.117.5

Peer Redundancy Port IP Address.................. 169.254.117.9

Peer Service Port IP Address..................... 0.0.0.0

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Ver 7.4 / Do we use the management I.P or Redundant I.P for LWAP

With AP SSO, you only need the management address of the WLC configured on the AP.  If the primary fails, the secondary takes up that address.

Think of it like HSRP, you use the standby address for your gw, not the individual one for the switch.

HTH,
Steve

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Ver 7.4 / Do we use the management I.P or Redundant I.P for LWAP

With AP SSO, you only need the management address of the WLC configured on the AP.  If the primary fails, the secondary takes up that address.

Think of it like HSRP, you use the standby address for your gw, not the individual one for the switch.

HTH,
Steve

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

HTH, Steve ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Please remember to rate useful posts, and mark questions as answered
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Ver 7.4 / Do we use the management I.P or Redundant I.P for LWAP

Awesome! Thank you so much.

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