At Site-A where the WLC4200 & DHCP server reside, we have the following subnets:
- (vlan10) 10.10.10.0
- (vlan11) 10.10.11.0
Each VLAN corresponds to a dynamic interface on the WLC ("Int-10" & "Int-11") which is assigned to their own respective WLAN. Works fine.
At remote Site-B where we have a 1242 (HREAP), we have the following subnets:
If I want to assign vlan100 & vlan101 to their own respective local WLANs, will I need to create vlans 100 & 101 (define subnets 20.14 & 20.15 on my Site-A layer-3 switch) at Site-A?
I ultimately want to create 2 WLANs at the remote site, one for voice (w/ QOS enabled) and one for data. The problem I keep running into is, the remote wireless clients authenticate but are unable to get a DHCP address.