HREAP DESIGN AND DEPLOYMENT GUIDE PDF
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Searching high and low for this but could not still get my hands on one. Posted by Andrew von Nagy at 9: Andrew vonNagy June 29, at 8: We have deployed H-reap with two centralized controllers at two different locations.
In this post, I will build on those basic fundamentals and provide more depth on the recommended deployment guidelines if you’re thinking about deploying H-REAP for remote sites. Andrew vonNagy February 7, at 9: We have tried to do load sharing by dividing groups to both controller.
When we initiate fail-over from primary controller local to secondary controller central with ms or more WAN latency AP fail-over works fine however when AP gets associated to central controller the clients connected to the AP gets disconnectes and re-authetication takes place.
Anonymous December 13, at Because it should already know as it is configured this way before its primary WLC goes offline for some reason. Hi, It is true that the cisco can supports dynamic vlan assignment with hreap configured in local-switching mode? Not exactly all of the changes make it into the release notes, but most of the major ones do. Do we need to all H-reap groups on both controllers even there are no APs on other controller in that group?
Same mobility group name is configured on the both controllers and we are following HREAP deployment requirements. That way it’s easier to remain on top of the changes in an incremental fashion, rather than trying to figure out what depllyment from a year ago and three releases ago: The WAN latency can affect the responsiveness of the heartbeat communications and can cause the AP to dfployment from the controller and go into standalone mode.
I must admit though, I prefer your summaries to the matrix and release notes. First, several guidelines are recommended for successful deployment. And we are noticing the loop in to deplotment network?
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Andrew vonNagy November 15, at 8: Hi Andrew, Great post with an awesome summary! Could you kindly point me to a Cisco doco that specifies the same pls?.
Ensure the secondary WLC is in the same mobility group, and ideally configured on each AP in the controller preferences. This is still an open feature gap.
What is H-REAP mode?
Should we be expecting seamless fail-over in this scenario? Anonymous June 24, at 2: Kristjan, No configuration is replicated between controllers.
If you continue to run into troubles, you should call Cisco TAC to investigate. Hi Andrew, Sorry, I missed that post Andrew vonNagy December 13, at 2: You may be interested in reading my post on that feature matrix as well: So fail-over is not seamless.
What is H-REAP mode?
Are you sure it is neccesary to add the APs aand to the secondary controller? The AP expects a response from the controller within 2 seconds, otherwise it sends up to 5 more hearbeat packets at 1 sec.
But it’s still fairly manual. Anonymous February 7, at Andrew vonNagy August 26, at 2: Anonymous August 24, at 7: Aerohive has an advantage because they were able to develop their product without existing product roadmaps and feature sets to support and upgrade along the way.
It does seem like a refreshing approach, and I am curious to see how their system scales to large environments. Newer Post Older Post Home. KD July 2, at Troy Martin June 10, at 5: Am I right about that? I’ll be sure to post my thoughts on their product.
Hi Andrew, Thanks for the post. Steve Williams June 27, at 7: Look for Cisco and Aruba to make some headway in this area in as well.