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Contributor I
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Registered: ‎02-23-2016

Mobility Domains

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A customer has 3 campus' in different cities, logic would tell me I should make each location a different mobility domain, is that best practise?  Also, is there a limit to the number of controllers I can have in each mobility domain?

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Re: Mobility Domains

Mobility domains are used to specify controllers that you would roam between seamlessly. If there is no RF overlap between your controllers, there is no need for a mobility domain. If you had 3 controllers on a campus and you wanted users to roam between them, that qualifies. Having controllers in different cities does not qualify.


Colin Joseph
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Re: Mobility Domains

If they're in different physical locations, L3 roaming and mobility domains
wouldn't be used.

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Contributor I
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Re: Mobility Domains

Thank you both for your replies, as I thought.

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