What consequences could i have if i install a WiSM-2 module into a pair of 6500 configured in VSS and another WiSM-2 module into other pair of 6500 configured in VSS for serving a 300 APs??...in this case, do i need to configure mobility groups for guarantee a high availability and also redundancy of controllers??
Under the best practices, is much better having the two WiSM-2 modules into a single pair of 6500 configured in VSS??
I hope my question is gonna be understood if not just let me kow to explain better.
I don't see any consequences for doing that. You still have to understand that the WLC's are still seperate devices per say. You will still need to have mobility group defined, seperate ip address, etc. Its the same if you had 5508's connected to seperate 6500 vss pairs.
You always need to configure mobility groups if your wlc will share the same mobility. Like Steve mentioned it is wise to split the WiSMs between both chassis. Just because you are doing VSS between the 6500's doesn't mean the WiSM2 will work like VSS, you need to configure the wlc or redundancy if that is what try will be used for.
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