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WL0034 - WLC FlexConnect Fundamental (Part 2)

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operation of Cisco FlexConnect, including traffic switching, and client authentication. We will configure and shows how FlexConnect Group can reduce configuration overhead and maintain configuration consistency. We will test FlexConnect failover to validate local EAP and backup RADIUS using various mobile devices.
Part 2 of the video covers testing and validation of FlexConnect configuration
  • Central Switching and Local Switching
  • Central Authentication and Local Authentication
  • Connect Mode and Standalone Mode
  • FlexConnect Mode AP
  • FlexConnect WLAN
  • FlexConnect VLAN Template
  • FlexConnect Group
  • Local EAP
  • Backup RADIUS Server
  • WLAN to VLAN Mapping
  • Failover Testing
  • FlexConnect AP Override

About Author

Metha Chiewanichakorn, CCIE#23585 (Ent. Infra, Sec, SP), is a Cisco networking enthusiast with years of experience in the industry. He is currently working as a consulting engineer for a Cisco partner. As a founder of and an instructor at, Metha enjoys learning and challenges himself with new technologies.


Could you please explain the reason to buy video?
does web video not full or consists some resctictions?

Hi Metha,

Really appreciate your videos. Hope you can help me on the below query.

For Flexconnect with central DHCP, I have to configure below on the WLC
a- Interface for the client VLAN.
b- The LAN where the controller connected need to understand the clients VLAN
c- The interface need to have reachability to the GW.

But the subnet / IP address to be assigned to the wireless client on the remote site does not exist at the central location.

And we cannot create the same vlan / IP subnet which is on the remote site to be the same as in the head office network/core switch, it will cause overlapping subnet.

You might be better off just doing IP helper on the local gateway pointing to central DHCP server. It is a much simpler solution and widely used instead of using the central dhcp.