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upgrde controllers to support mobility

we have two controllers model 2100 and  2500

the first controller model 2100 have the following system information

Product Version.................................. 6.0.196.0

RTOS Version..................................... 6.0.196.0

Bootloader Version............................... 4.0.191.0

we upgrde the product and bootloader in the controller to version 7.0.235.3

the second controller 2500 have the follwing system information

Product Version.................................. 7.0.220.0

Bootloader Version............................... 1.0.16

 

we upgrde the product version in the controller to version 7.0.235.3

but i try to download bootloader version from cisco.com but i can not find any files on this subject.

can we configuring mobility group betwwen two controller 2100 and 2500 to support mobility?

if yes , how can find bootloader version 7.0.235.3 to controller 2500.

please advice me .

regards ,

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upgrde controllers to support mobility

if yes , how can find bootloader version 7.0.235.3 to controller 2500.

Bootloader for the 2504 can be found here.

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Dear leolaohoo ,

My question is clear, can we configuring mobility group between two controller 2100 and 2500 to support mobility?

also we entered the link you mentioned above but we did not found version 7.0.235.3

Regards ,

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 can we configuring mobility group between two controller 2100 and 2500 to support mobility?

Depends on what you mean with "mobility".

In "mobility", you mean the SEAMLESS roaming of one client from one AP to another, then the answer is yes but it has NOTHING to do with what version is the firmware nor has it got anything to do with what model of controllers you got.

If you want seamless roaming of client from one AP to another then you must ensure that your APs are close enough to have 20% overlap of wireless signals. 

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