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WLC in SSO Setup

Dear Folks,

Is it possible to connect Redundancy ports between primary WLC and HA WLC through switch-port instead of connecting directly ?

I have a requirement where dual L3 switches in different building, so connecting copper cable through Redundancy ports directly is not possible.

Note:
WLC Model: 3504
SSO is required, so N+1 model cannot be considered in this case.

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Re: WLC in SSO Setup

Yes, it's is possible.
My controllers are separated by about 20 kms. The Redundancy Port must be in a non-routable VLAN (layer 2 only).
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Re: WLC in SSO Setup

I'm having trouble finding documentation specific to the 3504 WLC. But here are the available options for the other WLCs: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/technotes/8-1/HA_SSO_DG/High_Availability_DG.html#pgfId-78132

Re: WLC in SSO Setup

AFAIK,

 

You mus conecct direcctly the ports. The WLC make a mapping and change the ip addressing for a ip address 169.254.x.x.

 

Regards

 

 

Hall of Fame Community Legend

Re: WLC in SSO Setup

Yes, it's is possible.
My controllers are separated by about 20 kms. The Redundancy Port must be in a non-routable VLAN (layer 2 only).
Beginner

Re: WLC in SSO Setup

Excellent, this answers my question, Thanks Leo !

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