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One WLAN, multiple domains

We have designed our network so that each site (22 sites with a total of 90+ aps)has its own wifi vlan. That means each has a unique DHCP scope.

Do we have to create 22 different wlans (which we know we can only do 16/wlc)? Obviously we would want to create one wlan that can pass through 22 different domains. Any suggestions?

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Re: One WLAN, multiple domains

Hi,

The solution is to use the 'AP-Groups Vlan' feature (assuming you have an LWAPP infrastructure). The feature is also called 'site-specific vlans'. The purpose is to allow creation of a single WLAN and then bind it to multiple dynamic interfaces (i.e. vlans).

The following URL covers the feature and provides a sample configuration:

http://www.ciscosystems.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a008073c723.shtml

Regards,

Ben

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Re: One WLAN, multiple domains

You have 22 sites and each site has its own wifi vlan. Why would would want to pass 22 different vlans to that wifi unless all the buildings are in a campus area? Maybe I'm missing the point?

-Scott
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