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Multiple Access Points with DHCP enabled

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Aug 2nd, 2007
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I have a wireless network setup with 2 Cisco 1230 access points. Both access points are setup with DHCP but have different adress pools. I have the access points setup so i can roam and switch access points automatically but i always keep the IP address from the original access point. Even if i relase and renew my ip address i still get an IP from the original access point even though i am connected to the second access point. is there a reason for this? if i have both access points configured for DHCP does one access point's DHCP always give out the IP?

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smahbub Thu, 08/09/2007 - 11:40
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Make sure you are associated to the second access point. But in cisco AP the fast secure roaming is supported which means complete handoff is supported

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