AP Group Overview
An AP Group is used to define configuration options and apply them to a group of access points (APs), without having to individually modify the settings of each AP.
AP Groups are collections of multiple APs that represent an entity such as a department in a company or a college department. AP Groups allow specific VLAN and radio band configurations for the network on APs in the group. APs in an AP Group share the same venue.
When assigning the network to an AP Group, an administrator can define the specific VLAN and radio band to be used for the network on APs in the group.
R310 APs only support up to 7 WLANs per AP, while all other AP models can support up to 15 WLANs. Adding more than 7 WLANs to a venue or AP group including one or more R310 APs can have unintended consequences.