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Sep 30th, 2005
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Here is my scenario. I have a Cisco Cat3550 switch. Three of the ports are set to access mode for vlan 2. My WLSE Express is plugged into one, my 1210 AP is plugged into another, and my laptop is plugged into the third. The switch is my DHCP server.

When the AP or my laptop boot up, they receive IP addresses from the switch correctly. The AP receives its config file from WLSE and is online.

The problem is that when I connect to the wifi, which is assigned to vlan 2, I don't receive an IP address via DHCP. When I'm plugged into the switch I do.

I've attached my config file for the AP. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong here?

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stschmidt Fri, 09/30/2005 - 07:50
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What version of IOS is on this AP?

stschmidt Fri, 09/30/2005 - 07:51
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Also what is the native vlan on the switch?


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