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Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

 

 

Is it mandatory requirement to have catalyst switch in Cisco ISE guest wi-fi setup. I understand that only a Access Point, WLC (for redirection) and ISE PSN node is required.

I was going through the below link and page 17 on the PDF talks about "Deploying ISE for Guest Network Access" which is confusing.

https://community.cisco.com/t5/security-documents/ise-guest-access-deployment-guide/ta-p/3640475

 

Cheers,

Vivek

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Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

You don't need a catalyst switch for guest Wifi.  Just like you said the AP, WLC and ISE is all you need.  if the APs are in FlexConnect mode for guest SSID or you are using Anchor controllers the setup is a bit different, but none of those setups require a catalyst switch.

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Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

You don't need a catalyst switch for guest Wifi.  Just like you said the AP, WLC and ISE is all you need.  if the APs are in FlexConnect mode for guest SSID or you are using Anchor controllers the setup is a bit different, but none of those setups require a catalyst switch.

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Beginner

Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

Thank you Paul. Understood
Cisco Employee

Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

Not sure why you asked twice?
Beginner

Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

Sorry, I realised later that I can directly ask the question on your post :)
Cisco Employee

Re: Guest Wifi with WLC (no catalyst switch)

Best to open new discussion regardless