DHCP Relay for individual SSID and VLAN

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I have 3 SSIDs that are associated to their own VLAN and I'm using my Cisco 3650 to act as a DHCP server in order to provides IP to three different VLAN with their own IP Pool.  

I'm wondering how is possible to set DHCP realy for every individual SSID or VLAN in order to pass the DHCP broadcast to the clients on the specific SSID.


SSID: Guest VLAN10 - ip pool
SSID: Home VLAN20 - ip pool
SSID: Corp VLAN30 - ip pool

Thank You,
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Mohammad Yekrangian

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Posted 3 years ago

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Roberto Minotti, Employee

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With HiveOS you can easily assign VLAN for each user profile you define, even if you're using the same SSID, based on classification policy, PPSK user group, RADIUS, OS Object.....
Now, It's only matter of SSID Access Security. Enjoy !
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BJ, Champ

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Assuming you have the vlans setup on the Cisco as layer 3 interfaces, I would keep the relay there via "ip helper-address" commands.

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we do the same thing for 4 different SSIDs/VLANS and just use our cisco equipment for this and ip helper address