Looking through the WCS 7.0 config guide, one of the pre-requisites for using HA between a primary and secondary instance of WCS is: "A reliable high-speed wired network must exist between the primary WCS and its backup WCS"
Is this implying they should be physically co-located with a wire-speed switched conenction between them, or could they be located across 2 geographically separated data centres which have a reasonable speed WAN between them?
WLAN Poller provides functionality to:
Bulk data/debug collection from Controllers and APs. Execute the commands on regular intervals.
DFS statistics and debug collection
IOS AP Flash health check and memory
AP cert check with generating reports
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