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Does it possible to do a cluster of three or four V2110 (Hyper-V) to increase the number of AP (HA) supported.


oes it possible to do a cluster of three or four V2110 (Hyper-V) to increase the number of AP (HA) supported.

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Userlevel 7
No, availability is always 1:1.
I don't see a problem with that setup so what is the concern !?

Just to make sure.... you'd have a mobility cluster with more controllers in it.
No mobility cluster now.
Need to have 250 AP HA + 100 AP (total 350 AP) In the same building.
Does it possible with a mobility cluster ?
If yes, what is the best document to read ?
Userlevel 7
I don't why you need 3-4 controlllers for it - the V2110 HyperV supports 250local+250foreign APs = 500APs in a 2 controller setup.

Datasheet page#5
https://cloud.kapostcontent.net/pub/38236555-1e21-43a3-9c61-af84c71a5844/wireless-controllers-ds-1.p...
Userlevel 6
You can do cluster of 2. However: If you need mobility then you can have mobility domain of 12 controllers. If you want sync configurations then you can use management and configure all your controllers from one place. If you need more throughput then you can use B@AP topology so you do not need to tunnel traffic to the controller. With the above said there is no need for clustering of more than 2 controllers
Pala, Zdenek wrote:

You can do cluster of 2. However: If you need mobility then you can have mobility domain of 12 controllers. If you want sync configurations then you can use management and configure all your controllers from one place. If you need more throughput then you can use B@AP topology so you do not need to tunnel traffic to the controller. With the above said there is no need for clustering of more than 2 controllers

Is there an HTML equivalent of the old Java Wireless Manager tool?
Userlevel 5
Pala, Zdenek wrote:

You can do cluster of 2. However: If you need mobility then you can have mobility domain of 12 controllers. If you want sync configurations then you can use management and configure all your controllers from one place. If you need more throughput then you can use B@AP topology so you do not need to tunnel traffic to the controller. With the above said there is no need for clustering of more than 2 controllers

Hello James,

up do now, no!

I opened a case according this point last year and the official answer was until the function is available in XMCs the old Java "Wireless Manager" is supported.

So far I have not seen any roadmap.

Best regards
Stephan

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