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For questions about Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs), whatever the manufacturer.

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The easiest way to achieve this would be to separate the clients into different SSIDs/WLANs. Place the clients who need addresses from the Built-In DHCP server in one, and the clients who need addre …
answered Feb 20 '14 by Brett Lykins
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Then, if an AP loses it's connection to the WLC in Zone A, it will look for the WLC in Zone E directly across the L3 connection. … assume that you have configured the AP's in Zone A to use the WLC in Zone E as their secondary WLC, and vice versa for the AP's in Zone E. …
answered Oct 18 '13 by Brett Lykins