I am wanting to enable rogue detection on my 5520 WLC's for the purposes of detecting rogue AP's connected to the wired network. Is RLDP required to get an alert from the WLC/Cisco Prime? Has anyone had any experience with enabling RLDP, and are there any negative impacts with production wireless?
RLDP is used when you want to detect a rogue device connected to your network. I don’t think it will use that much resources and if I recall, only will use resources when available. You do need Prime and SNMP setup properly. Containment is what you don’t want to use and that can affect the ap performance.
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