Appendix B. LWAPP and CAPWAP Payloads

The existing Lightweight Access Point Protocol (LWAPP) payloads will be reused if there is no corresponding Control and Provisioning of Wireless Access Points (CAPWAP) payload and will be sent as vendor-specific payloads. Table B-1 outlines all CAPWAP/LWAPP message elements. For a packet format description and more detailed explanation, please refer to the section “802.11 Bindings and Payloads” in Chapter 4, “The CAPWAP Protocol.”

Table B-1 CAPWAP/LWAPP Message Elements



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