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DHCP issue on remote WLAN subnet

I have a 4400 configured with a private wlan and a number of 1100 APs on 3 subnets. The APs get the correct IP but clients connected get an IP from the same subnet as the controller.

i.e.

subnet 1 10.1.1.1-254 (4400 + 4 APs - APs & clients get 10.1.1.x IPs)

subnet 2 10.2.1.1-254 (2 APs - APs get 10.2.1.x, clients get 10.1.1.x)

subnet 3 10.3.1.1-254 (3 APs - APs get 10.3.1.x, clients get 10.1.1.x)

Do I not have something set correctly or is how it is supposed to be?

In the future I want a guest vlan available on these 3 subnets as well so Id like to get this figured out.

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Re: DHCP issue on remote WLAN subnet

your wlan is incorrectly setup. You want to add an interface of the vlan that is assign to a specific ssid so they can get the proper IP address. use link below this should solve your problem.

http://cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/3.2/configuration/guide/c32mint.html

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Re: DHCP issue on remote WLAN subnet

the AP-manager interface and all of the APs should be on the same subnet/VLAN e.g. 10.1.1.x.

then define WLANs and interfaces for the other subnets e.g. 10.2.1.x and 10.3.1.x which will be used by clients.

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Re: DHCP issue on remote WLAN subnet

So I need to have vlans created for each subnet for my private network, one vlan for my guest network, as well as wlans for each location?

What happens when I get to my 9th wlan and my 1130's cannot take the new IDs?

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