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There are a few things with the Catalyst 9800 series WLC platform that I especially dolor lumbar lado derecho find exciting. The first thing is that this is truly a platform. This is not a single WLC that stands on its own as an appliance. There are multiple different flavors here to consider. The idea is that you can have the newest technology and have it as an option that can fit a wide array of deployment topologies. Your options for deploying a Catalyst 9800 series WLC allow hernia de disco lumbar sintomas you to do so in multiple locations:

This new line of controllers is very different from the other controllers offered by Cisco currently in that it is based on the IOS-XE code. There is a huge benefit to doing this. Think of this real world example.

Think of upgrades to wireless infrastructures that you have done in the past, you upgrade the WLC code escoliosis dextroconvexa and then the access points all need to share that same code, so they get upgraded as well. This can potentially be an impactful downtime window in areas such radiografia de columna lumbar normal as healthcare environments. By basing the code on IOS-XE, specific modules of the code can be upgraded without impacting the entire system. This idea of hot-patching the WLC is personally a feature I am VERY excited for. But the second half of that is with the codebase on the access points escoliosis lumbar leve themselves. Now, the access points will not always need to be upgraded just because the WLC does. They are independent and have their own patches you can apply. To accomplish these updates, the new Catalyst 9800 has a smart way to do rolling updates. You simply select the update to apply and specify the number of access points to upgrade at a time (percentage of total AP’s). Then through a process of checking neighbors through an RRM-like process, the controller dolor lumbar derecho y pierna can try to maintain coverage in your topology while updates take place. No longer do you have to randomize your AP upgrades to try to keep coverage with a very manual process. Management hernia lumbar Platforms are your Choice.

The Cisco Wireless controllers all have their standard web interface that you can use to configure and manage things. This was improved upon and expanded with Cisco Prime. The new Catalyst 9800 dolor lumbar izquierdo cadera series line will be able to be managed with Cisco DNA Center, but that is not your only option. You can use the standard built-in web interface or Cisco Prime still. You have the option between all three platforms as to which you want to use and you can have full feature-set configurability with any of them. This is valuable for environments that want operacion de columna lumbar recuperacion to use the new features of the new controllers without moving their environment to DNA Center yet for instance. The choice on how to manage belongs to them. This choice also applies to how you migrate to your new controller. The system you use to do so is your call as shown below:

One radiografia de columna lumbar ap y lateral thing that I found interesting and useful is that you can slowly migrate to the new Catalyst 9800 series controllers if you needed to do so. If your current wireless controller such as a Cisco 5520 WLC is running at least the recently estenosis lumbar released 8.8 code, then the clients can roam seamlessly between both controllers and environments as shown below.

There is one thing to call out though as it can affect your migration to this new series of wireless controller. The access points that are supported by the new Catalyst 9800 series WLC’s are causas del dolor lumbar parte baja espalda the AC wave 1 and wave 2 access points. Anything older will not be able to function with these new controllers. This was not a shocking thing to learn as some of the older access escoliosis dorsal de convexidad derecha points have began to be phased out since other AireOS builds 8.X, etc. Cisco provides a matrix of compatible code levels, access points, and controllers that you will want to refer to to be 100% sure your equipment will work. For more information