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AP license enables an AP to come up and broadcast an SSID when terminated on a controller. An AP on...
AP license enables an AP to come up and broadcast an SSID when terminated on a controller. An AP on a controller without PEF will only support basic SSIDs and no custom role creation outside of the defaults.
PEF license enables the advanced firewall capabilities on the VAPs and Roles created that can be applied to multiple SSIDs, allowing for custom roles to be created.
In active/active and active/passive centralized licensing allows the access points to be shared bet...
In active/active and active/passive centralized licensing allows the access points to be shared between both controllers. You do not need the APs to be on a different subnet. You would need two groups to have access points on different controllers.
Correct. The name can be generic as the controller/VC will intercept requests for it. The CA should...
Correct. The name can be generic as the controller/VC will intercept requests for it. The CA should automatically add the CN as a SAN. IPs are not permitted in public CA-signed certificates.
I'm not sure about iOS 11, but a public CA-signed certificate should always be used, regardless of OS version.
You don't need to set the delay to 60 seconds (5 seconds should be good) If you haven't yet make...You don't need to set the delay to 60 seconds (5 seconds should be good)
If you haven't yet make sure the default certificate install in your controllers is replaced with a third party certificate and that the controller is using that certificate for the captive portal authentication .
If you already that you need to match the cert name in the weblogin page.