I was reading through the beacons VRD. From what i understand, in order to come up with a beacon setup, we must have USB powered Beacons or AP 320 (associated with controller) built-in beacon to communicate with battery powered beacons. So in a nutshell, we must have AP 320 and controller both in place for the entire beacon thing to work right ? (please confirm my understanding)
Is it possible to have a beacon setup if we are running aruba instant and there is no controller at all ?
One question that I am not sure was answered was whether the monitoring/management of USB beacons can be done with a network of IAPs or only Campus APs...thanks
Thanks Tim...appreciate the expeditious response, one last question if I may on the subject. Are there any known performance or interfernce issues using USB beacons on AP225 (usb on backside of chasis) vs AP215 (top of chasis). If so is there any recommendation to use AP215 vs AP225...
Thanks Much Tim...
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