Could the issue described here be related to our Cisco network even though the network has not been altered? Last week we were shut down for factory maintenance. We brought a new primary domain controller on line and demoted the old, and moved DHCP to the new PDC. Since then our wireless devices have been picking up the wrong address. For example, wireless devices should pick up an xxx.xxx.133.xxx address, but report they have an xxx.xxx.130.xxx address, and then they do not connect to the network. We did not have an idea of the full impact, but the wireless network is basically down. There are a hand- full of devices that have the proper address. I don’t have a clue where to begin. Normally, I would check the network switches, and I did briefly. However, this started when we switched domain controllers. So, I think it might a better use of time to look at the DHCP side, which I have briefly. Where and what do you think I should start looking at?
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Do you use a unauthorized (.130.xxx ) and a authorized (.133.xxx) vlans?
so the vlan is altered after authentication/authorization by a radiusserver?
check the radius server between the DC and the wireless controller? (like Cisco ISE?)
then this may not have switched over to the new DC ……..