Setup DHCP Relay

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I have 10 AP230's I want to setup.  One as a DHCP server for wireless clients, and the others as DHCP relays to allow roaming between access points. 

The DHCP scope is setup on interface mgt0.2g, ip address 10.100.60.2, VLAN ID 100, is set as authoritative, delivers ip addresses in the range of 10.100.60.10 - 10.100.61.240 and a default gateway of 10.100.60.1.  Interface mtg0 is set to 172.16.150.2 and is in VLAN 30 on the network.

The AP that I have assigned the DHCP Relay to is on VLAN30 also, and its ip address is 172.16.150.11 and the two devices can talk to each other and are connected to HMOL.  The DHCP Relay is setup on mgt0.2 with ip address of 10.100.60.3 in VLAN 100 with a Primary DHCP server of 172.16.150.2.

The access points ip firewall policy are set to NAT Network Service, and DNS, but Permit DHCP.

My wireless clients are not getting IP addresses when connected to the AP with the Relay.

What additional configuration am I missing?  Do I need to define routes on the AP?


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Tim Gross

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Tim Gross

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Ok, got Relay working by adding VLAN 100 to the switches and I now get IP address on wireless clients.  Problem now is that I can't surf the web.  AP still connected to Hive, Wireless client has IP address, but no internet access.
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Arison Mercado

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You need to create  Firewall NAT rule in order to allow the users on that DHCP server to surf the web.
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Paolo Lat

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I know its been months now. Hopefully you can reply. I am having the same issue!