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Mobility anchor issues

Hi all.

I've got 2 WiSMs running as my internal controllers and a 5508 as the anchor. the docs I've seen say to have the anchor and the internal controllers in separate mobility groups but the only time i could get them to show 'Up' under control path in the Mobility Group section was when i placed them in the same mobility group. while in separate groups with the control path showing as down i could ping between internal and anchor controllers.

apreciate your help.

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Re: Mobility anchor issues

what code are you running on the WiSMs and the 5508 ?

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Re: Mobility anchor issues

i've got software version 6.0.196.0 running on both the WiSMs and the 5508.

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Re: Mobility anchor issues

Hi Seyi,

The WLCs will allow for you to maintain your Anchor WLCs within a seperate mobility domain.  Since mobility is operational between your two WLCs when within the same group, it is possible that there may be a slight misconfiguration.  Please take a look at the example below, and see if this helps:

Foreign WLC:


Default Mobility Domain: corp_internal

Mobility Members:

11:22:33:44:55:66 10.1.1.1 corp_internal

66:55:44:33:22:11 192.168.0.1 dmz

Anchor WLC:

Default Mobility Domain: dmz

Mobility Members:

66:55:44:33:22:11 192.168.0.1 dmz

11:22:33:44:55:66 10.1.1.1 corp_internal

Once you make these changes, try sending an eping and mping between WLCs.

Cheers,

Drew

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