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We have a C25 controller on which the primary topology is setup in B@AP mode. We also have 2 - Windo...
It should not matter if it's wireless or wired B@AP, the traffic is dropped off to the local switch...
Posted 07-29-2018 21:58
We have a C25 controller on which the primary topology is setup in B@AP mode. We also have 2 - Windows 2012 R2 Domain Controllers with DHCP Server configured on both in DHCP Failover - Hot Standby Mode. When I test the DHCP failover, the PC's on the network failover just fine but anything connected via the wireless does not failover. Any idea's?
RE: DHCP Failover
Posted 11-02-2018 14:41
It should not matter if it's wireless or wired B@AP, the traffic is dropped off to the local switch the ap is plugged into. I would take a trace at the AP and look at the data when the failover is triggered.
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