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I would like to set up the following,
1. set trunk on the AP and LAN switch
2. configure the client obtain ip address from my wired network (vlan 5, ip 192.168.10.0/24)
3. configure the management vlan 6, ip address 10.10.10.1
The wireless clients will only need access to the internet over the wired network.
Could someone please tell me will this work?
I use this setup as you described on several APs, so it will work without problems.
I have problem obtain ip address from my dhcp server from the network. Is there anything need to do on the AP in order for this to work.
can you send me the output of "debug dhcp message enable" from the controller
and run - config
The management VLAN will be the Native VLAN.
To get DHCP addresses to the non-native VLANs, you need to have some Layer 3 device (router or L3 switch) to move the traffic.
This is usually something like "IP-HELPER" on the router interface closest to the client that points to the DHCP server's address.
It should work fine. This is a fairly standard configuraion.