I currently have AP Manager working at our central location and clients and wireless are working fine. The network at the main location is 10.1.x.x We have added an additional site and I have configured the AP's for that site on the local subnet which is 10.2.x.x. However the clients at the new site are getting IP address in the 10.1 range which is at the main site. How do I configure the manager so that the SSID's across both sites are consistent, but the IP addresses that the clients receive are local to that site?
Will the clients at the remote site always tunnel all traffic across the WAN back to the 4400?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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