I have a SINGLE wlc 5700 With 26 access points in different parts of the network, if staff are in Building1 then on the wired network they are allocated a printer based on their IP range from the group policy, in the WLC they all connect to the same WLC which allows them to request DHCP (different range to wired) from a server but if they are in different buildings they are on the same IP range so I can't differentiate between the locations in the group policy to allocate printers.
My second question maybe easier on the WLC we have three vlans under controller>Interface>wireless Interface they are labelled mangement, AP-Manager, AP-Manager when the APS connect some connect directly to the management interface and some with each of the AP-Managers, we do see APs disconnecting during the day and rejoining a different interface. Have we made a mistake with our set up?
System time = NTP
Software version = 03.07.01E Release Software (fc3)
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