I have a Cisco 2106 wireless LAN controller with two Cisco access points. I have one in our PA office where the 2106 controller is located and the second is in our NY office. Each office is on its own subnet and the offices are connected by a VPN tunnel. I have primed the New York Access Point and it's technically working as it registers within the web interface of the 2106 LAN Controller. But, the problem is that any user who connects to the NY wireless gets a 10.0.100.xx address and 100.xx gateway of the PA subnet instead of the 10.0.107.xx address they should be receiving.
So the question I have is how can I make users who connect to the Cisco AP in NY receive the proper IP address from their local DHCP server. Things work but it's so slow since they are basically routing down to PA. They should get a 10.0.107.xx address and 10.0.107.1 gateway. I don't need to have a second LAN controller in New York do I?
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide me.