I have configured my DHCP pool, no problems. I tested it using my local LAn, all clients are getting the ip's from the pool I specified.
However, when I scan and try to connect to my SSID, it starts connecteing 'forever' and states a problem: my client can't get an IP lease from my DHCP server. When I give my Windows XP box an available ip from the same NAT pool, it connects to the network, but it can't ping my gateway (although its setup..). I also can't access any network recources. I can ping my loopback IP and my local setup IP.
Normally, this 169.x.x.x ip address is shown when the AP is not able to get an IP address from a DHCp server. So, check whether a DHCP server is available to provide Ip address and properly configured. Else, configure a static ip address to the AP.
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