To configure Wireless Domain Services (WDS) on your WLAN network, either an Access Point (AP) or a switch with the Wireless LAN Services Module (WLSM) must be configured as the WDS device.
A WDS-configured AP that also serves client devices (provides associations to client devices) supports up to 30 participating infrastructure APs, but a WDS AP with radios disabled supports up to 60 participating APs.
In versions earlier than 12.3(4)JA, Cisco did not support more than 60 APs with a WDS AP with radios off. But Cisco did not enforce this restriction of 60 APs. Now Cisco enforces the limitation that was documented earlier. If a WLSM-equipped switch is used, a WDS device supports up to 300 infrastructure APs.
I have (2) 3802i deployed among 34 others and they are the only one's not showing Rx information. I have rebooted them with no resolution. I can see these two APs from other APs but not vice versa. Might anyone know if this is a bug? We are running 8.3.14...
Hello, I have an issue with a catalyst 9800 wireless controller running version 16.12.04a. When using radioactive trace to troubleshoot client issues we sometimes get an error after trace generation (see screenshot).It looks like this happens ba...
Hello All, Have a question to see the best way to increase range on an AP or if there are other ways to extend the signal. Pretty much we have a security office outside of our building and we're looking to get wifi out there, we put an AP as close as...
Two C9800s work as HA. Please see the below picture. In one of the two wlc, number 15 light is off and is red on the second wlc. Number 15 is "Alam LED" based on the description. Do you think its normal? why it happen? Thank you