My Wireless device connected to the WAP is having issues regarding connectivity to the network.
This is what happens.
1.) When using an internal DHCP scope (with DHCP proxy enabled -> cant be disabled), the Wireless Device gets the correct DHCP information but can't communicate with any part of the network including its own subnet (default gateway etc.)
2.) With the external DHCP server, the DHCPOffer packet does not contain any information but the Client Hardware Address is associated with the correct devices.
Thanks for the response, there is no way to change the AP mode in Packet Tracer from what I can see. The interface pointing to the WLC is set to a trunk with the native VLAN as the management VLAN. We are using an external DHCP server, that is why I believed the proxy config is an issue. I have the configuration which you implied set up with IP-Helper set up but it wont work. In this situation, what would youyr DHCP proxy config be set to?