A customer has a network with several buildings (each with a different VLAN/subnet), and a single WLC.
The Access Points are grouped by AP groups, and on each building the clients are assigned to different VLANs.
There is one single SSID with the users connect to on the entire campus, and it assigns (as expected) different ip address segments depending on which building the users are connecting into.
The problem comes whenever a user is in a building and walks to another, since the buildings are not that far from each other, and the client machine is still connected to the network, it tries to roam but it doesn't know that it has to refresh its IP address.
I know there's something that is not working here, but I can't find documentation about this. Is this a supported configuration? Is this an expected behaviour? How can I fix this?
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