it seems that we are struggling with the same or similar problem.
We supplied a Motorola Wi-NG WLAN build on the RFS6000 series wireless switches to our customer, who is primarily using Symbol/Motorola MC9090 mobile computers for barcode scanning and warehouse management operations. We also provide wireless coverage for local laptop users. Everything works fine.
A third party supplier supplied Cisco WIP310 phones to this customer and these phones have problems with roaming.
We are in close communication with Motorola to ensure the best possible settings for the voice phones but so far we were unable to resolve this.
Together with the phone vendor, we tested the Nokia E51 and it worked perfectly (roaming across tho whole warehouse).
In the communication below, I see a statement that the "WIP310 does not support roaming".. Can you, please, confirm this? When the vendor asked us about the support of the non-Motorola wireless devices on our infrastructure I said that it might work since we support all standardized things like WMM, etc, but recommended to use the original Cisco 7000 series Voip phones rather than the cheap Linksys family. But they wanted to use SIP, which apparently is not supported on Cico-native VoIP phones, is it?
Can you recommend whether to go with different devices or you might know of some special settings that might work with these devices? (I can provide parts of the CLIs in running config of our devices if needed).
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