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1815t pulls 10.128.128.128 IP

I have an 1815t attached to a 2960, vlan20 172.22.20.1/22 pulling 10.128.128.128.  WLC join stats report last  device ip was was 172.22.23.28.

 

any idea's?

 

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 - Check the DHCP server's logs for the particular mac address of the ap and see what address is being allocated.

 M.

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That doesn't seem right.  You sure the mac address matches? If the ap was in the wrong vlan and or if the ap was not able to find the WLC, the ap would go through dhcp again.  Maybe an issue with the native vlan or the vlan not being available, don't really know.  I don't really look at the join stats unless I have issues, I look at the show ap summary and other commands for up to date info.  That is just me though.

-Scott
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The MAC is verified by Prime and matches the mac attached to the
switch.
maybe it got reset to static. humans no longer present to play and my
OEAP clients do not normally have wired capability.
Defiantly a bummer trying to care for 120+ units with tablets or
pads..
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Yeah... I only run around 10 of them with no issues, but also utilize the RLAN on them.  Mixture of 1815t and 1815w... I don't use static on them, basically all on dhcp.

-Scott
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Yes, RLAN's are nice as you can allways talk the user thru reconnecting
local (lan3) and getting things sorted..
so the normal MO is to have a one user office in the field (healh and
human services) all RLAN or the Fire Stations RLAN/WLAN mix.
for the Covid response they are all WLAN and more than just a few fail
to play..
I still have 40 602's alive as well as the 1810's and 1815's. flipped
more than 1 1810w into oeap mode..
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