in a single site, max 25 devices can be managed and monitored. So for scenarios where there are for e.g 30 AP and two switches to be deployed in a single location, can we deploy all of these together but in two sites? Do I need to put these AP's in Single VLAN's or Site 1 AP's on VLAN 1 and Site 2 AP's on VLAN 2?
Also is there any limitation on the number of SItes? Thank You
@mohanvnegi Depending on what you are trying to accomplish with a large site going above 25 devices. You would need to create a second site on a separate VLAN and there is no routing between the sites. So each SSID in each VLAN would cause for a reauth when crossing over and you would want a different SSID not to cause an issue. You can have up to 150 sites under one login.
@GThiesen thanks for the reply.
is there any other way to deploy where if I want to allow these different site users to communicate with each other?
@mohanvnegi If your router has all the VLAN's and the VLAN's existed site-wide clients could communicate. When getting into larger sites with more complexity of features you may want to look into using Aruba Access point that are more geared towards the medium to enterprise.