Hi,There are 50+ sites that have 7005 controllers mastered by a 7210. They run 6.5.I've taken one of those 7005s and upgraded it to 184.108.40.206, in standalone mode. That works fine for our older 105 and 205 APs. I've also created two VMs with Mobility Conductor (vMMs). In addition, there are a number of sites that have IAP 515 clusters...some with 15 IAP 515s, some with 1 or 2. The IAPs are already running 220.127.116.11.Once I get the config off the 7005 standalone "translated" to the vMM, and test it, I'll want to get the 515s in controlled mode, attached to the vMM.Most if not all sites have the same SSIDs, AAA, DNS, VLANs, etc. So, I could make an "all sites" group that has these common things, and add separate sub-sites that have 515s and 7005s. I suppose the "nub" of my question is does the process that sync's the databases to the controllers/IAPs know the syntax of the common elements, so there's no confusion or issue with, say our Clearpass configs, NTP, etc.
I suppose as everything will be 8.6 there shouldn't be an issue. But is there some advantage to having groups per-controller/IAP?Regards,-Ambi
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