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Dec 18th, 2007

Hello...I am having issues with clients who are connecting to LWAPP APs. They are not able to obtain an IP address via DHCP. If I give them a static address on the VLAN they are trying to connect to, they get on fine. The WLC is handing out the IP addresses to the access points, however, the wireless clients are to be getting them from a Windows server. If I wire a client in the network and put the switchport on the VLAN, I can get an address. I have the IP helper address on the VLAN interfaces where it should be. Is there something I need to config on the controller? Is there something on the Windows DHCP scope?

Thanks for the assistance.

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Scott Fella Thu, 12/27/2007 - 17:35

Make sure you have the DHCP server ip address configured in the interface in which the wireless clients will be on. Next I would verify that the management and ap-managers interface vlan identifier is set to "0" (untagged native vlan) and configure the trunk port in which the WLC connects to configured the native vlan.


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