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Thanks for the response. Actually we don't want to load balance the traffic b/w ISP via single Zone Director.
we have license of 5 APs on our Zone Director. All we want to put 3 access points on 1st ISP and 2 access points to 2nd ISP, but we want that all 5 Access points should use Zone Director policies only.
Please confirm if Zone Director supports such connectivity? and what we do can to achieve?