[c-nsp] WLC5700 and Unparalleled scalable wireless solution

Tim Durack tdurack at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 08:46:48 EDT 2014

Haven't looked back since going controller-free.

Side-note 1: The latest IOS image for autonomous access points supports
l2tpv3. If this worked over IPv6 (it doesn't) I would move to tunnels and
get rid of a big flat VLAN for roaming.
Side-note 2: Cisco IPv6 feature parity is underwhelming...

On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 3:17 AM, Alan Buxey <A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk> wrote:

> > I would suggest taking a look at the 8500 series WLCs if that sort of
> scale is what you need
> Yep. +1
> It can do the numbers you are taking about... but your decision might be
> based on other requirements
> Ps wism2 with 1000 APs - yes.  But the licencing is stupid.  It's
> astronomical and a farce. Almost as cheap to buy another wism2! A disgrace
> and something that is pushing me to think about controller-less solution
> for our next wireless refresh.
> ie sort out your exhorbitant licencing cash cow exercise cisco or you
> won't get anything from us
> alan
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