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L2 roaming enhancements (Cisco)
- the ability to classify clients and have the clients participate in the roaming process through information gathered from the infrastructure allows client devices to improve predictability, reliability, and overall network performance. In contrast if devices do not participate in the roaming decision, specific legacy devices and applications could disrupt overall network performance. Examples of enhanced roaming classifications are fast-roam, slow roam, and a/b/g only. Based on the classification of the clients by Cisco Compatible Extensions, the access point will allow, deny or broadcast other APs in the area that can provide service for the associating client. If the AP has the ability to service the client, association will occur and the access point will provide a list of neighboring access points that also have the ability to service the Cisco Compatible Extensions device with the specific feature classifications. See also CCX.