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I've recently set up a UC320w and wanted to connect a SPA525G2 phone via the wireless. Based on where the FXO ports come into the building the AP on the UC320 isn't sufficient to cover the area I need. That being said, I do have a SA520w that is centrally located and has enough signal to cover the whole area I need. Unforturnately from what I have researched the UC320 configures the phone, and there isn't any way to tell it about another access point or configure the phone to connect to an alternate? The phone has the capability for up to 3 AP profiles so why doesn't the phone system allow this capability?
First - is there any way to work around this (other than extending the FXO lines to deploy the UC320 more centrally)?
Second - Is this a capability that will be in a future firmware release (and if possible when)?
My understanding is that the key is ensuring the phones remain on VLAN 100. You should be able to deplay an access point that connects to VLAN 100. Everything should work if you setup a SSID specifically for the phones only and tied to VLAN 100, you don't want data on this SSID or VLAN. Then as long as VLAN 100 can freely flow form your AP to your UC320 you should be golden.
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