03-01-2017 06:10 AM
Some of our customers whant to order a VMC instead of a physical controller.
I read some last year's posts that says it's not a good ID :
But i can't find any clear official status about this point.
Can someone tell me what is the supported use case for VMC ?
What can i tell to my customers who want to use them ?
03-01-2017 05:39 PM
vMCsupports a maximum of 1000 APs. If you have a network comprising less than that, you might go for virtualized environment.
For larger networks (greater than 1000 APs I mean), you have to go for the Physical boxes.
Below datasheet for vMC might help you:
ACDX | ACCP | ACMP | ACMA | CCIE (RnS, SP, DC) | JNCIS | JNCIA
03-01-2017 10:15 PM
Thank you Jibran
Most of our coustomer's network are fare bellow 1000 Aps.
To be certain : con you confirm they can use VMC as a standalone controller, with no need for any backup / master anywhere ?