I have a strange one that I can't figure out. I currently have the managment interface set to my internal network using our DHCP server. We also provide another interface to WLAN for a chartity organization. Their interface and WLAN are locked out of our network (no routes, no nothing) with only VLAN tagging sending out over our backup internet connection. I have been tasked to take over their DHCP scope (255.255.240.0). I added the scope into the 4404 just fine but can't seem to assign it. So, for the sake of argument lets say:
If I tell the charity interface to use 192.168.160.2 for the dhcp scope it errors out. I also tried the DHCP override in the WLAN with no success. If I set either DHCP option for the charity to aim at the managment interface it does nothing as it can't find it... Anyone see a easy workaround solution?
I tried that but nothing happened. I was hoping that since the 10 dot was a local address it would not. Holy C... sorry I should have searched more. Found another article talking about DHCP proxy enabled and checked my controller. DHCP proxy was not enabled. I checked it off with the default 82 option of "AP-MAC-SSID" and my allocated leases lite up like a Christmas tree. Well, problem solved. Thanks for confirming that I had it half right. Sorry I missed that detail.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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