WAP371 Captive Portal cluster not syncing authentication
problem - user has to re-authentication when passing from one AP to the next, from one floor to the next.
Set up is WAP371 Cluster between 3 APs on 3 floors through a Single switch, it has a Single SSID and the endpoints can maintain connectivity between APs when roaming between floors, but not with Captive portal on.
Problem is when I activate the Captive Portal, every time the device moves to another AP, it has to re-authenticate. I am only using basic GUEST authentication and default group.
Do the APs have to have a strong overlapping signal for the authentication to flow through from AP to AP?
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