-What ip address did you configure for the WAP321?
-Are the devices able to actually connect to the SSID but just not get an ip address?
-If you plug a PC into the same port that you are plugging the WAP into is the computer able to pull an ip address?
It should be pretty straight forward at this point though. As long as the AP is able to reach your DHCP server then the AP is just going to be a passthrough for your clients when it comes to getting a DHCP address.
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