"Controllerless" Doesn't Mean Out of Control

Posted by Kate Clavet, Content Marketing Specialist on Nov 27, 2017
En español

If you’re new to WiFi or used to deploying access points for large enterprises, the word “controller-less” might be confusing. Traditionally to manage access points across a business, a separate piece of hardware referred to as a “controller” would be installed along with the access points and router. This controller typically would live in the server room and monitor, analyze, and update the access points across the deployment. In some cases the hardware controller would provide firewall features for added protection as well. At the time, when wireless technology was still relatively new this was a convenient way to manage all access points in a streamlined manner.

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Topics: Access Points, 802.11ac, GWN, MIMO, Controllerless

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