Is there a DHCP Black Hole in Cisco WLC 220.127.116.11 new feature Vl
I'm looking into the same issue/problem as you.
If you look at your wlc for the cli and type "show interface group detail "group name" it will show you the interfaces that are marked as "dirty" for dhcp requests. If you've never heard or read about this, here is a link to a doc explaining it.
I know it pertains to other features as well but the first section is on vlan select and its steps
He did notice initially that out of our 12 interfaces at least 10 would go "dirty" and in turn chew up all the ip's in a given pool. We changed out lease times to 1 hour from 1 day and it seems to be making the process smoother. If you have clients that auth and de-auth quite frequently then you might start chewing up ip's if your lease times are high.
I'm no expert but just looking into the same problem right now.
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DFS statistics and debug collection
IOS AP Flash health check and memory
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