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Fri, Dec 13, 2019 3:57 AM
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For my understanding you can't. And even if you would be able to configure different Gateway, it would not work, as AP would prevent access to external gateway, making NAT.
Gateway mode is designed for specific cases, when you need AP to make NAT, and DHCP functionality has to be added, so AP can provide DHCP services, as they are required in this case.
If you use L3 switch to route VLANs (which is the most typical situation), then you don't use gateway mode on APs, and don't have DHCP function available. And normally you don't need it -- the network should already has its own DHCP server (as a minimum, to provide IPs to APs), so just add scopes for clients to it. Also, every L3 switch supports DHCP functionality.....
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