- decreasing the cable length requirement when utilizing lightweight access points in an embedded wireless network topology
- convenience of enforcing security policies for all wireless users
- lowering the investment cost when utilizing lightweight access points in a Mobility Express topology
- maximizing the number of APs that can join a single WLC
- decreasing the RTT between two wireless clients on a single access point
Explanation: A centralized or unified wireless LAN topology utilizes a centralized WLC location that provides easy enforcement of security policies and the ability to maximize the number of APs that can join to it. The centralized topology also supports user mobility because all of the APs associate to the same WLC no matter how many APs the user device associates with while roaming.
More Questions: Chapters 17 – 19: Wireless Essentials Exam