Which three methods can be used to manage Cisco APs that are running autonomously? (Choose three.)
- Web interface
The three methods that can be used to manage autonomous APs are WLSE, CLI, and web interfaces. Autonomous access points (APs) maintain their management functionality and can be connected directly and configured. The wireless LAN solution engine (WLSE) allows for centralized coordination of autonomous APs. The WLSE can also work in coordination with another Cisco service, wireless domain services (WDS). The WDS enables the APs to provide fast, secure roaming between APs. The WDS registers all client devices in the subnet, establishes session keys for them, and caches their security credentials. When a client roams to another access point, the WDS device forwards the client’s security credentials to the new access point
Wireless LAN controller (WLC) is a physical controller that provides centralized control of a WLAN environment. APs that are being managed by a WLC function in lightweight mode.
Wireless control system (WCS) is a software package that allows for management of a WLAN environment, managing one or multiple WLCs. APs managed by WCS function in lightweight mode.
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