Has anybody else come across this issue ? I cannot get an IP address from my DHCP server when I am connected to a WAP 200 that is operating as a repeater. I have worked around this by turning off the WPA encryption, so I assume that means my Access Point / Repeater config is good, but this is not really a workable solution.
There are currently no known issues with the WAP200 and DHCP when being used as a repeater. I have seen issues like this before, and they usually stem from compatibility and/or setup and configuration issues. The first thing that I would like to know is the model of the wireless router, or access point that you are using with your WAP200.
I have a WAP200 plugged into a Catalyst 3550, than in turn connects to a 2811 router that is running a DHCP server with a 192.168.1.x scope.
I set up WPA wireless encryption on all of the units to ensure the credentials were identical on all of them.. The "main" WAP200 I left as 192.168.1.245, set to access point, and allow signal to be repeated, with the MAC (SSID MAC) of the other 2 WAP200s. The "repeater" WAP200s I did a site survey and picked up the SSID MAC of the main unit. I can roam, but when I restart when connected to the repeater WAP200 I donr get an IP address. It seems to work when I disable the WPA.. Looking on the web a few people seem to mention the same issue but I have not seen a resolution.
Hope this helps, please contact me if more info is required.
It seems that you have the WAP200's configured correctly, since you are able to roam with your wireless devices.
You said that if you disable WPA, then everything starts working. When you did this, are you disabling encryption totally, or are you using a different type of encryption? Are you able to get DHCP information using WEP encryption?
My suggestion at this point would be to contact the SBSC (Small Business Support Center - 1-866-606-1866) so that they can look into this further and possible look at your configuration.
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