- intercontroller roaming
- Layer 2 roaming
- autonomous roaming
- intracontroller roaming
Explanation: When a wireless client is roaming among APs that are bound to the same WLC controller, the roam occurs entirely within the controller. This is known as intracontroller roaming. Intercontroller roaming occurs when a client is roaming among APs that are bound to different WLC controllers. Layer 2 roaming is a type of the intercontroller roaming.
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