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Thu, Dec 8, 2016 9:16 PM

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Multiple Bands / Multiple SSID

Good afternoon,

I have a zonedirector ZD 1106 version 9.10.2.0 build 11, the APs that are connected are the r500 / r600 / zf7372.

I would like to be able to work with several SSIDs and be able to define which band to work on.

I do not know how to do that.

regards

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4 years ago

Welcome Gary,
Please find details on all features of your ZoneDirector in the version 9.10 User Guide:
https://support.ruckuswireless.com/documents/676-zonedirector-9-10-ga-user-guide

You can define several WLAN/SSIDs with your choice of security.  You can create groups
specifying which WLANs to advertise and service.

You can also create AP Groups, for different areas for example, and then specify which
of your WLAN groups should be used for either 2.4GHz or 5GHz band usage within each
AP Group.

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4 years ago

Thank you,

The problem is that the Access Point Groups is used to configure the AP Band by AP.

In other words, I can not put in the same AP that has two SSIDs one in 2.4GHz and the other one in 5.8 GHz.

As you would,

regards

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4 years ago

Gary, you can create two WLAN groups (one for 2.4, one for 5) and in the AP groups override the WLAN group per radio to use the appropriate WLAN group.  This will allow the WLAN groups to be radio specific.

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Can an AP be in different WLAN Groups?

AP1 -> WLAN1 Group
AP1 -> WLAN2 Group

Regards,

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It can be done per AP or per AP group.  AP group show in the attached image.

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I do not know how to do it in WLAN Groups, I have seen that this can be changed in Access Point Groups

I would like to have something like that

AP1 -> 2.4GHz -> WLAN1 -> Acces Point Groups 1
AP1 -> 5.8GHz -> WLAN2 -> Acces Point Groups 2

Regards,

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Apologies, the above is actually in the system default AP group, using two different WLAN groups.  I misspoke on the above.

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Thank you,

Ok I can use a WLAN for 2.4GHz and another WLAN for 5.8GHz for the Access Point Group.

But will it be that I can use a WLAN for 2.4GHz and another WLAN with 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz.

regards

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