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Wireless controller ports

Hi We are going to buy wireless controller 5760 As we know it's have 6 SFP ports Can we use this ports to connect 10G or 1G ? How many ports required to connect if we have to manage 150 access point ? Thank you

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Table 2 says yes. And you can

Table 2 says yes.

 

And you can also check this table. You will see SFP modules supported.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/5700/install/guide/ctrl5760.html

 

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Hi.Yes you can use 10G SFP

Hi.

Yes you can use 10G SFP.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/5700-series-wireless-lan-controllers/data_sheet_c78-722607.html

The main deal is what applications will you use in your WLAN and what protocol you will use. a/b/g/n/ac ?

10 GB is a good port but you can use too LAG :)

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Thank you for helpyes we are

Thank you for help

yes we are going to use a/b/g/n in the network but we still not have 10G ports in the switches 

So if possible to use for now 4 ports as 1G and make them LAG 

after we have the 10G in the switch will change only the SEP with SEP+ and no change in the controller, is this possible

Table 2 says yes. And you can

Table 2 says yes.

 

And you can also check this table. You will see SFP modules supported.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/5700/install/guide/ctrl5760.html

 

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