I have the following config on my controller and am plugging in a new out of the box LWAPP into a switch that the ap-manager interface is linked to via gigabit. I would assume that since I see the lightweight AP start a process that makes me think it's looking for the controller it would send a message and receive an address from the internal scope on the 4402 that I think I setup, doesn't seem to be happening though. The config is below and I am wondering the best practice for the interfaces, and whether or not my ap-manager interface can/should be on the same network as the management interface?
ap-manager 22.214.171.124/24 Vlan1 (connected to a 2960 8port on Vlan1)
management 192.168.1.39/24 untagged (connected to a 2960T)
service port 192.168.88.1/24 untagged
virtual interface 126.96.36.199
I believe I have setup an internal DHCP scope for the ap-manager interface, but seeing as it's not working I would assume I'm missing something. The management interface has a DHCP server on it's /24 network which is the gateway for the network. Does the Cisco 4402 act as a router? Does it hand out addresses if you make internal scopes that correspond with the networks you have interfaces for, or do you always need a separate DHCP server on each network?
Sorry for the low rent questions...