When working with wireless access points and trying to configure them, you can modify a number of different configuration options available. Misconfigured options can lead to undesirable effects and problems in your infrastructure. An access point configuration process is generally divided into two parts:
- Configuring wireless access for the users
- Configuring uplink options, either to the wireless LAN controller or to the WAN connection
In the first part, configuring wireless access for the users might involve enabling wireless functionality, setting the channels and other parameters, and configuring a DHCP pool. The second part includes . . .
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