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centralized WLAN architectures

The WLAN access network architecture family in which the logical functions, including both IEEE 802.11 and CAPWAP functions (wherever applicable), are implemented across a hierarchy of network entities. At the lower level are the WTPs, while at the higher level are the access controllers (ACs), which are responsible for controlling, configuring, and managing the entire WLAN access network.

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