Extending AP connectivity to CIsco 3850 switch by using a Cisco 3560 switch
As per the below thread, i came to know that we have to locally connect the APs to Cisco 3850 switch to get registered.. However, I was in a situation to use my current AP to connect Cisco 3560 switch and extends the connectivity with Cisco 3850. Hence I made the attached topology and tested, it worked fine in my lab. I am supposed to propose this solution to my customer. Its a kind request to check this topology and let me know if any threat by introducing this solution in network.
Below thread was saying that we might need to connect the AP to CIsco 3850 switch locally.
Even though this may work, it is not Cisco supported deployment. So if there is any issue you cannot go to Cisco TAC for support. Let the customer know all of these implication if you proposing this. (I would not )
AP direct connectivity to 3850 is required for QoS policy to work properly.
Also see if you have more than 1AP on your 3560, would all of them register to 3850.
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