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Arp behind Cisco wireless to VMWare windows load balancing cluster

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Here is my dilema.  We have recently created a windows load balancing cluster in multicast mode.  When in Unicast it all works fine for our entire company but as most of you know the VMotion isn't compatible.  In my quest to get this functioning on multicast I have figured out the arp entry that is needed but am unsure where to put it.  I have added to the switch stack, routers, and wireless APs.  

The only place the cluster is not available is when connected to the Aironet devices.  All servers, switch, routers, and APs are on the same subnet so I assumed it would work without any issues.

Based on my general description, any obvious answers?
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I found 2 of the 3 docs and the 3rd was what I needed.  Many Thanks
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