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Difference between APDL & APNW?

Difference between APDL & APNW?

Difference between APDL & APNW?

(OP)
Please help to know the difference in IPDA connection APDL & APNW?
and can I connect two APDL remote shelf connection in the same network?

RE: Difference between APDL & APNW?

APDL - Access Point Direct Link: - Access Point is connected directly to the HiPath 4000 LAN Segment, i.e. in the same IP network.
With APDL the AP contains a local router that connects the own IP address of the Access Point (in its own network segment) to the HiPath 4000 LAN Segment.

APNW - Access Point via Network: Access Point and central switch are located in different IP-Networks interconnected by routers.

No AP shelf with connection type APDL can be assigned to a CC-AP
with connection type APNW.

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