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We’re about to roll out wi-fi throughout our campus including remote sites and would like to use central authentication with local switching.

Anonymous July 2, at Andrew vonNagy July 29, at 9: Local controller at remote site is primary controller for the APs at remote site and centrally located controller is secondary controller for the APs at remote site. Andrew vonNagy March 1, at 6: Why must the latency not exceed 2 seconds v.

What is H-REAP mode?

Curious about your thoughts on the controller-less solution from Aerohive? First, authentication timers on clients; they expect to have authentication complete within a reasonable amount of time, and if not then they will assume it has failed and try to reconnect and start the authentication process over.

I must admit though, I prefer your summaries to the matrix and release notes. I have not annd evaluated the Aerohive solution, but have some gear that I will be looking at soon. Kristjan December 5, at You should contact Cisco TAC for support and recommendations to remediate your issue.


I can be reached at cbagley nmmu. Administrators should understand these limitations when architecting a wireless network for remote offices, and may preclude the use of H-REAP if one or more of these features are critical to wireless network service in your organization.

Andrew vonNagy August 26, at 2: Here is a link from cisco. Same mobility group name is configured on the both controllers and we are following Deploymeht deployment requirements. Troy Martin June 10, at 5: Are you sure it is neccesary to add the APs manually to the secondary controller?

First, several guidelines are recommended for successful deployment. So fail-over is not seamless.

Revolution Wi-Fi: H-REAP Deployment Guidelines and Feature Limitations

I think we’ll see some big announcements from those two in 1H Not exactly all of the changes make it into the release notes, but most of the major ones do. Anonymous Giide 24, at 7: The AP expects a response from the controller within 2 seconds, otherwise it sends up to 5 more hearbeat packets at 1 sec.

And we are noticing the loop in to the network? Andrew vonNagy December 13, at 6: Troy Martin June 15, at In versions prior to hdeap.


Anonymous December 13, at Posted by Hreal von Nagy at 9: Do we need to all H-reap groups on both controllers even there are no APs on other controller in that group? That way it’s easier to remain on top of the changes in an incremental fashion, rather than trying to figure out what changed from a year ago and three releases ago: Anonymous June 24, at 2: Look for Cisco and Aruba to make some headway in this area in as well. We have tried to do load sharing by dividing groups to both controller.

Hi Andrew, Great post with an awesome vuide Hi, It is true that the cisco can supports dynamic vlan assignment with hreap configured in local-switching mode? Andrew vonNagy June 29, at 8: Andrew vonNagy December 13, at 2: I’ll be sure to post my thoughts on their product. This is still an open feature gap. Administrators should design a solution around these requirements as best as possible.