ArubaOS and Controllers

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Inter-switch mobility must be in master-local mode?

Does every know whether the inter-switch mobility must be in the master-local mode?
Does the mobileip works if 2 masters work as standalone?

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Re: Inter-switch mobility must be in master-local mode?

The Chapter on mobility in the user guide starts like this:

"A mobility domain is a group of Aruba controllers among which a wireless user can roam without losing their IP address. Mobility domains are not tied with the master controller, thus it is possible for a user to roam between controllers managed by different master controllers as long as all of the controllers belong to the same mobility domain.
You enable and configure mobility domains only on Aruba controllers. No additional software or configuration is required on wireless clients to allow roaming within the domain."

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