When will the "single WLC only" AirOS requirement for 802.11k be lifted?
Also, Can you clarify what the consequences of enabling 802.11k in a multi-controller environment are? Will clients who roam across controllers fall-back to traditional roaming? Or, are the consequences something worse?
I run a large wireless network at a healthcare provider and clinical staff are using iOS devices for critical patient care and voice applications.. Enabling 802.11k is very desirable in our environment and I feel hamstrung by Cisco's current (lack of) support.
From 8.0 Configuration guide:
"• This feature must be implemented only if you are using one controller. The assisted roaming feature is not supported across multiple controllers."
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Table of ContentsOverviewConnecting a Catalyst 9800 WLC to Cisco DNA Center ManuallyConnecting an AireOS WLC to Cisco DNA Center ManuallyCisco DNA Center Assurance Deployment Guide References
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Securing devices without 802.1X
PSK (Pre-Shared-Key) WLAN is widely used for consumer & enterprise IoT onboarding as most of IoT device doesn’t support 802.1X. While PSK WLAN provides an easy way to onboard IoT, it also introduces challenges as...
Due to the certificate expiration, any new Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP) or Light Weight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) connection will fail to establish. The main feature that is affected will be the Acce...
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New implementation for the WLC Config Analyzer. it is a new re-write of the application, with clean up and improved checks
Support for IOS...