Not getting DHCP on corporate network but on guest-web
We have two types of SSIDs:
1. The official one putting clients on our corporate network. This uses our regular DHCP-servers.
2. The guest-web where you end up on the DMZ. The Ancor-controller stands in as DHCP-server.
The Anchor-controller is on the same subnet as the regular controller while the regular DHCP-servers are several router hops away.
When connecting to the official SSID I pass the authentication but do not get a DHCP-address. When connecting to the guest-web there is no problem getting a DHCP-address.
The interface-ip is pingable from other subnets so I don't think the ip-connectivity is the problem.
We have had similar problems earlier and solved them by using backup from a working controller and just changing what is controller specific.
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Re: Not getting DHCP on corporate network but on guest-web
This is a bit embarrassing... I had checked and double-checked everything which had something to do with the DHCP on the controller. What I had missed was that had gotten one digit wrong in the default gateway...
We had this problem (and then we had the correct default gateway) in an earlier release and when it happened again I jumped to conclusions.
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