300-425 Designing Cisco Enterprise Wireless Networks (300-425 ENWLSD)

How does AP failover priority for access points function when configured with priority 1 or 4?

  • A. When configured with priority 1, the access point is assigned with the highest priority level, and it is marked as critical. This access point fails over before other access points with the lower priority when there is primary controller failure.
  • B. When configured with priority 4, the access point is assigned with the highest priority level, and it is marked as critical. This access point fails over before other access points with the lower priority when there is primary controller failure.
  • C. When configured with priority 4, the access point is assigned with the lowest priority level, and it is marked as low. This access point fails over after other access points with the higher priority when there is primary controller failure.
  • D. When configured with priority 1, the access point is assigned with the medium priority level, and it is marked as medium. This access point fails over after other access points with the higher priority when there is primary controller failure.
Answer: Option B.
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