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5508 WLC + 3702I APs /w a Windows 2012 DHCP Server

All,

  I am in the process of a new WLC install with five 3702I APs.  The configuration was gone well up till now.....  I am having issues with DHCP pulling IPs from the correct scope. The WLC is in a different VLAN (10) than the APs (142).  What am I missing in the configuration?  We have multiple autonomous 1252s that pull the correct scope.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 

  Dave

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VIP Purple

Are you  having issues with

Are you  having issues with client getting IP when they connect to 3702 ? or AP itself not taking IP ?

Either case I would check switch SVI is configured with "ip helper-address x.x.x.x" pointing to your DHCP server.

Also for dynamic interface configuration of WLC I would check all interfaces correctly configured with DHCP server address.

You can run " debug client <mac_address>" on WLC CLI for a single client & post that output if you still facing the issue

 

HTH

Rasika

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VIP Purple

Are you  having issues with

Are you  having issues with client getting IP when they connect to 3702 ? or AP itself not taking IP ?

Either case I would check switch SVI is configured with "ip helper-address x.x.x.x" pointing to your DHCP server.

Also for dynamic interface configuration of WLC I would check all interfaces correctly configured with DHCP server address.

You can run " debug client <mac_address>" on WLC CLI for a single client & post that output if you still facing the issue

 

HTH

Rasika

**** Pls rate all useful responses ****

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Rasika,  Thanks for the quick

Rasika,

  Thanks for the quick reply. Your suggestion about running the client debug pointed me in the correct direction.  I did not have the correct interface applied to the WLAN, it had the default “management.”  I added the correct Interface and now the clients are picking the correct DHCP Scope.  I will mark your reply as the “Correct Answer.”  Thanks!

  Dave  

VIP Purple

That's great.. you quickly

That's great.. you quickly identified your issue & fixed it smiley

Thank for rating our response as well..

Rasika

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