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WAP571 VLAN and wrong DHCP address

Hello.
We have this issue on several computers and handheld devices, not all!
Issue:
When connecting to a SSID with a tagged VLAN “200”, devices receive IP addresses from DHCP in the default VLAN “1”, not the DHCP scope assigned to VLAN “200”. When setting static IP address, all is good – so device is placed onto the correct VLAN “200”.


I am aware of that VAN needs to be configured on every AP, like this community article describes: “WAP571 VLAN issue”.
I have a feeling it is the captive portal messing this up, but CP is disabled on every AP.

 

Br

Eirik

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Re: WAP571 VLAN and wrong DHCP address

Hello Eirik,

The port on the switch should in trunk mode and should contain both VLANs - 1 and 200.

Check it.

Hope it helps 

Cheers, 

Mike

Beginner

Re: WAP571 VLAN and wrong DHCP address

Hello
Thanks for your response. The switch ports are trunked. 
I read that the WAP571 should be able to handle 32 VLAN's to SSID. I only seem to get one, in addition to the default VLAN 1.
I can reconfigure my first VLAN number and it allways works as expected. The second VLAN I add does not..