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Wireless clients unable to get DHCP ip

Hi,

 

My 2504 WLC mgmt IP - 192.168.1.2/24, vlan ID -0, port -1 connected to SG300 Cisco Switch in L3 mode at trunk port no GE1. Here 3602 AP is connected with POE setup at port GE2 at SG300.

Internel DHCP server enabled at WLC pool 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.200. Wireless client unable to get DHCP ip...

 

 

Please guide with config?

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VIP Purple

1. Did you created a wlan and

1. Did you created a wlan and mapped the interface to management ??

2. Did u enable DHCP poxy ??

You must enable DHCP proxy on the controller to allow the internal DHCP server to function. This can be done via the GUI under this section:

Controller->Advanced->DHCP  

Or via the CLI:

Config dhcp proxy enable

 

3. I will recommand to use a different subent for clients other then management subnet.

Example:

Create a dynamic interface, mapped to a WLAN and provide the DHCP server address as WLC management IP.

 

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kindly check the following

kindly check the following guide its a step by step guide along with troublshooting (with sample config)

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/wireless/2500-series-wireless-controllers/113034-2500-deploy-guide-00.html

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