Inband wireless would more than likely work (depending on design) but realize that ALL traffic will flow through the CAS for it. If the CAS is remote, then you'll have traffic going through the remote hop. Out of band is only supported so far in L2 scenarios.
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The supported mode of HREAP in Cisco NAC Wireless Out-Of-Band is central authentication, central switching. In this state, the controller handles client authentication, and all client data is tunneled back to the controller. This state is valid only in connected mode. Local Switching is not supported with Cisco NAC Wireless OOB.
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