This chapter focused on both the physical and logical infrastructure requirements of wireless LAN deployments. In this chapter you have learned the following:
The various PoE options available for different APs as well as the capabilities and function of each PoE mechanism.
How higher-performance wireless standards, such as 802.11ac Wave 2 (Wi-Fi 5) and 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6), can be supported through mGig
AP mounting options, including above and below a tile ceiling mount and wall mount options
The importance of grounding APs in certain situations
The need to consider the logical path and its impact on the underlying physical infrastructure, including the CAPWAP control and data channels as well as AAA and DHCP services
Different types of licensing models available for different Cisco Wireless LAN controllers, including RTU licensing and Smart Licensing, which is as a method of pooling licenses across the enterprise