We have a Cisco 4400 WLAN controller and several 3500 series APs. I need some advice on how best to limit the bandwidth on a PUBLIC network but not limit for PRODUCTION. All APs will support both networks. We should be able to safely allocate up to 20Meg for PUBLIC. What is the best way to limit to 20Meg for the PUBLIC SSID? Also, any insight on other configurations to enhance PUBLIC for performance, such as using 'Multicast Direct Feature, is appreciated!
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