11-28-2012 04:27 PM
I need to upgrade my wireless infrastructure from 2 3000 controllers in a master/local configuration to 3 3000 controllers all licensed with 128 WAPs
I´m using now LMS-IP/BACKUP-LMS-IP using the master to terminate also RAPs tunnels as one more local controller configured on my ap system-profiles as lms-ip and bkup-lms-ip. Both lms-ip and bkup-lms-ip are nated tru internet. I provision the RAPs with the lms-ip nated ip address that it is also my master address.
As i have read on VRDs, the recommended design will be one master without serving APs and active-active VRRP local redundancy model, and configure two ap system-profiles pointing to each VIP on VRRP groups defined and load-balance the RAPs.
1. Are there any other recommended design? master-local-local all serving APs...
2. Can i move ALL the licences from my master to the locals?. (actually the master has 64+64 license).
3. In the new environment, must i provision my RAPs just with the public IP address of my master controller or can i provision with one of the public IP addresses of local active-active local?.
4. Will work the two VRRP instances for active-active local redundancy on just one VLAN?.
Thanks in advance,