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Cisco Wireless Controller Maximum AP supported

Hi Guys,

I have a wireless controller 2504 with maximum AP of 75. I am nearing this limit now, what options do i have to increase this?

Thank you in advance.

Chezter

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I have a wireless controller

I have a wireless controller 2504 with maximum AP of 75. I am nearing this limit now, what options do i have to increase this?

1.  Get a 2nd 2504 unit; 

2.  Upgrade to a 5520.  Move some of the license of the 2504 to the 5520 and use the 2504 as a test unit.  

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I have a wireless controller

I have a wireless controller 2504 with maximum AP of 75. I am nearing this limit now, what options do i have to increase this?

1.  Get a 2nd 2504 unit; 

2.  Upgrade to a 5520.  Move some of the license of the 2504 to the 5520 and use the 2504 as a test unit.  

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Hi Leo,

Hi Leo,

Thank you for your reply. I have two of them where one is master controller. If i add one more, will the fail-over still work? And the licenses copied to the third?

I would assume third 2504 is more cost effective than getting a 5520?

Thanks!

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I would assume third 2504 is

I would assume third 2504 is more cost effective than getting a 5520?

Of course 2504 is cheaper than 5520 but there are so many factors why one should choose 2504 vs 5520.  

The biggest thing I want to consider is how many APs do I see my APs in the next 3 years.  5520 was released in 2015 while the 2504 was released about 6 years ago.  

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