Roaming is increasingly becoming an important factor in WiFi network deployment, and we're not talking about cellular roaming. Any WiFi access point has a limited range, and if your employees are moving around a lot in their job while using WiFi devices, roaming becomes an issue.
Strictly speaking, "roaming" occurs whenever a client device switches from one WiFi access point to another. Ideally, this happens seamlessly - although, of course, that's easier said then done.
So let's look at some of the issues surrounding wireless roaming in Cisco Meraki systems and network topographies that enable it.