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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/release/notes/crn7_2.html#wp784178

Brief Overview:
Wism2 limits double (1000Aps per controller)
IPV6 dual stack support

FlexConnect Rebranding

Starting this release, the Hybrid REAPs (Hybrid Remote Edge Access Points) are referred to as FlexConnect Access Points.

Rogue Enhancements

You can now configure a minimum RSSI value for rogue APs, configure rogue reporting intervals, configure transient rogue interval to ignore transient rogue APs, and prevent tracking friendly rogues. This feature includes advanced controls for rogue monitoring, detection, and management



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Message from j2robert@odu.edu

I especially like the upgrade of throughput on the WiSM2 to 20 Gbps and the ability to manage the RF profile by AP Group (something I’ve wanted for a long time).  Also the finer tuning of rogue detection will be a welcome addition.  Now to get the rest of my WiSMs upgraded to WiSM2s so I can actually run this…

 

Josh Robertson

Network Systems Senior Engineer

Old Dominion University

Office of Computing & Communications Services

(757)683-5046

j2robert@odu.edu

http://occs.odu.edu/

 

Message from frnkblk@iname.com

And so who was pushing the old 10 Gbps limit pm the WiSM2? ;)

 

Frank

 

It's future-proofing for those dreaming of a fleet of 802.11ac AP's - You know, a few 8-antenna, 8 spatial stream, 160MHz wide channel monsters! ;)
 
Jeff 

>>> On Tuesday, February 07, 2012 at 9:34 PM, in message <009c01cce623$4d772700$e8657500$@iname.com>, Frank Bulk <frnkblk@INAME.COM> wrote:

And so who was pushing the old 10 Gbps limit pm the WiSM2? ;)

 

Frank

 

Message from cl.pronk@avans.nl

With all respect, these features of 802.11ac will hardly be used in an enterprise / campus high-density AP deployment imho. See http://www.theruckusroom.net/2012/01/80211ac-boosts-buzz-more-than-bandw... for a realistic view about 802.11ac. There are other features which be much more relevant for campus / enterprise wifi. Kees >>> Jeffrey Sessler 2/9/2012 1:01 >>> It's future-proofing for those dreaming of a fleet of 802.11ac AP's - You know, a few 8-antenna, 8 spatial stream, 160MHz wide channel monsters! ;) Jeff >>> On Tuesday, February 07, 2012 at 9:34 PM, in message <009c01cce623$4d772700$e8657500$@iname.com>, Frank Bulk wrote: And so who was pushing the old 10 Gbps limit pm the WiSM2? ;) Frank
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