A coworker put in a Cisco Aironet 1600i at a client site as a workgroup bridge to another 1600i for security cams,but left dhcp on.
This is messing with the dhcp server already on site. They are fighting.
Is there a way to disable dhcp through the console without having to reconfigure both devices?
If so what are the commands?
Any help pointing me in the right direction is appreciated.
What is the real issue ? Does your root AP configured as DHCP server ? What is the conflict ? Your client devices getting IP from AP ?
Provide more info,
On the AP, post the output to the command "sh ip dhcp bind".
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