In our network, we have some different AP's 105 that are in bridge mode.
In this setup the controller, an 3600, and the AP are in the same network, but I would like to setup
a WLAN that broadcasts the LAN in another office, located in another country, connected through an MPLS.
Can I do the same, just put the AP in bridged mode and the rest will be done by the local infrastructure after
the AP has connected to it's controller?
Or will it be inevitable to install a controller over there?
Thanks and regards
One of the most important things you have to look for is the regulatory compliance. A US controller can terminate only US APs. So if you have an office in Germany then you can't terminate those APs on the US controller. See Chapter 7 on regulatory compliance in the controller and deployment VRD http://www.arubanetworks.com/pdf/technology/DG_Mobility-Controllers-Deployment-Models-5.0-VRD.pdf
The controller and the AP's are all connected in Europe.
So this won't give any issues I suppose.
I'll create a new Group and provision the AP as a Campus AP.
thanks and regards
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