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Cisco FlexConnect flow for guest.

Hi all,

We are planning to upgrade our wireless infrastructure and I need some verification on the configuration. Our current setup is the following:

We have 2 WiSMs on the HO as active/backup and one 4400 series as an anchor. All access points are in HREAP with the interface configured as access (not trunk). It is local switching and central authentication.           

We are planning to upgrade the wireless and instead of using anchor controller, we will use another interface on the 5508 controllers for the guest. This is a separate interface.

The question is: Can the guest traffic go thgouth the AP to the guest without re-configuring every AP to trunk?

TIA,

Nicos Nicolaides       

TIA, Nicos Nicolaides
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Re: Cisco FlexConnect flow for guest.

Yes with a couple assumptions.

Guest WLAN will not be setup for local switching
5508 will not be running LAG

The second assumption could be negated if the guest is on a separate vlan going into the controller on a trunk.


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Re: Cisco FlexConnect flow for guest.

Yes with a couple assumptions.

Guest WLAN will not be setup for local switching
5508 will not be running LAG

The second assumption could be negated if the guest is on a separate vlan going into the controller on a trunk.


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Re: Cisco FlexConnect flow for guest.

Thank you,

So basically for everyone to understand the question in the future,

our setup has the controller on a layer 3 network,

we have multiple SSIDs (more than 2),

All of our APs are configured in access mode.


So you can configure each SSID to be either CAPWAP or FlexConnect right?

TIA, Nicos Nicolaides
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