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【FAQ】What is the different between Centralized forwarding and Local breakout?

Dec 04, 2019

Centralized Forwarding refers to all the traffic of user services must be convergent to WLC through access points and sent to outside network to complete specific services; while Local Breakout refers to that all user services traffic is directly sent to outside network from access points bypassing the WLC to complete specific services.

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