■ Traditional WLAN Architecture—This section discusses how traditional autonomous wireless access points are used in a network.
■ Cisco Unified Wireless Network Architecture—This section covers the Cisco components that are used to build a wireless network that is both scalable and centrally managed.
■ Lightweight AP Operation—This section explains the bootstrap procedure that a lightweight access point uses to join with a wireless LAN controller. In addition, traffic paths through a lightweight AP are compared to those of an autonomous AP.
■ Lightweight AP Association and Roaming—This section discusses how wireless clients can negotiate associations with lightweight APs. As clients move around, they must also move their associations to other lightweight APs so that they may roam throughout the network.
■ Basic Wireless LAN Configuration—In this section, you will find information on how to configure wireless LAN controllers and lightweight access points for their initial, basic operation.
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