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Cluster of Wireless LAN Controllers

Shall we make a cluster of Wireless LAN Controllers with deffrent series like

2 x 4000 series and

1 x 2000 series

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New Member

Re: Cluster of Wireless LAN Controllers

Yes. It's not a cluster but a mobility group.

Just one restriction: you have to use L3 LWAPP as the 2000 does not support L2 LWAPP.

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Re: Cluster of Wireless LAN Controllers

Hi, another question about this subject:

The mobility group could be a Cat3750 with a 4400?

Or could be two stacked 3750s?

Thanks,

Jaime

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Re: Cluster of Wireless LAN Controllers

Hello,

If you buy a Cat3750 with an integrated controller, in fact it is a Cat3750 where two of the 4GB uplink ports are used internally to connect to the two GB ports of a 4400 controller. The Cat3750 and the controller still need to be configured separetely. Visually, it's one box but in fact it's like two boxes interconnected via a 2Gbps link.

So, yes its possible to create a mobility group between a Cat3750 with integrated controller and a 4400 controller.

Rgds

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