I'm trying to get redundancy operating correctly. What I have done so far is:
Created a management interface 10.136.0.13 with dynamic ap management disabled.
A "ap-manager-primary" 10.136.0.15 interface on port 1 with dynamic ap management enabled.
A "ap-manager-backup" 10.136.0.14 interface on port 2 with dynamic ap management enabled.
See the attached screenshot.
Port 1 is connected to one core switch and port 2 is connected to the other core switch. Initially this seemed to work fine. If core switch 1 goes down the 10.136.0.13 management interface was still reachable over port 2.
However when port 1 comes back up it doesnt seem to preempt and stays active on port 2. And so what I found is that when port 2 goes down the WLC isnt accessable on the 10.136.0.13 management interface.
How do people normally conifgure the 5508 across two core switches?
what about management and ap-manager on same VLAN on 5508?
Did you receive any error message or warning when you configured ap-manager on same VLAN as management interface on 5508?
Regarding failover, there is a note in conf guide 6.0
"For 5500 series controllers in a non-link-aggregation (non-LAG) configuration, the management interface must be on a different VLAN than any dynamic AP-manager interface. Otherwise, the management interface cannot fail over to the port that the AP-manager is on."
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