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L2 and L3 deployment.

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What is the difference between L2 deployment and L3 deployment in controller ?

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SumaN
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Re: L2 and L3 deployment.

Layer 2 means the user gateways are upstream in a switch/router and the controller is dot1q trunked (or access if single VLANs) to the upstream switch.

 

Layer 3 means the controller holds the L3 gateways and usually routing is in use.

 

Layer 2 is the most popular design.


Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Re: L2 and L3 deployment.

Does they makes difference in authentication proccess?

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SumaN
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Re: L2 and L3 deployment.

No, not really. It's more about traffic flow.


Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
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Re: L2 and L3 deployment.

Please give me some more points about this.

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