This chapter covers the following subjects:
Understanding Roaming: Looks at the concept of roaming and how it should work.
Types of Roaming: Discusses Layer 2 and Layer 3 roaming as well as mobility anchor configurations.
More and more frequently, end users are expecting the ability to begin a transfer and then change locations seamlessly. This is where roaming functionality comes into play. Roaming is a big part of wireless networks. To facilitate this process, you need to be aware of some terms and options. This chapter introduces you to those terms and how the roaming process is configured.
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