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I am working on setting up a WLAN for guests to use for Internet access. I set up a WLAN and used a VLAN to seperate it from my prod network.
I set up a dynamic interface called guestvlan. IP is: 192.168.2.10/24. Under primary DHCP I put the management interface IP for the controller: 172.16.0.94.
I setup the Internal DHCP server to service network 192.168.2.0/24.
The guest WLAN is set to use the guestvlan interface.
I can authenticate to the guest WLAN. But then the client stays stuck on "acquiring IP address".
Any help greatly appreciated.
Check to make sure your controller interface is connected to a trunk on your switch which permits all the dynamic vlans and your management interfaces.
Also, check to make sure your access point is connected to an access port assigned to the management vlan (same as the controllers management interface).
Let me know how that goes.
The problem turned out to be specific to one laptop. When I tried a different laptop it got an IP no problem.
Thanks for the reply.