11-14-2014 03:17 AM
I have a customer that wants to have 3 separate vlans for communication with the controller.
VLAN30, raps connect from the outside
VLAN 20, caps
VLAN 10, caps guest network
They have 2 controllers and want to run VRRP on all 3 VLANs, is it possible? what is best practice? i assume the controllers need to be set on active-active in the case that VLAN 30 cant communicate with controllerA and VLAN20 cant communicate with controllerB. Both controller has to be able to accept AP termination.
Is this configuration in some way easier if i enable LACP?
11-14-2014 03:36 AM
11-14-2014 03:43 AM
thanks for the answer
Since the ports are only 1gb, the idea is to maximize the throughput by separating raps from caps.
All caps are run in tunnelmode, raps run in tunnel and bridge.
So if APs are only able to terminate on the mgmt address of the controller, then there is no point of having multiple VRRPs?
11-14-2014 03:46 AM
11-16-2014 12:39 PM
Thanks for your answers. But still unsure of how redundancy can work for our deployment. See the case below
We have a customer that have 2 controllers, controllerA and controllerB. He wants to have 3 different VLANs with vrrp.
1. Is it possible to have the controllers run i active/active and having full database/configuration synchronization enabled?
2. Do we have to enable LMS to configure where VLANs will terminate? for choosing master controller
3. Is it neccesary to configure VRRP if we will use LMS ip?
4. If we are having a VRRP address, do we need to add it to the dns or will ADP automatically detect it?
5. If we run the controllers in master/standby, what will trigger the controller to change master? Is it when the management ip is down?