DHCP issue in ruckus AP

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Hi all

i have created two ssid say abc1 with vlan 20 and abc2 with vlan30

when user connects to abc1 , they are connected and recieves ip of vlan 20

But when the Users connect to abc2 , they are not recieving the ip .

The dhcp server is located on the physical server .

Please suggest where is the issue
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abhinav kumar

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Posted 3 years ago

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Monnat Systems, AlphaDog

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Hi Abhinav,

I would like you to refer to below old post and this shall provide you some guidance

https://forums.ruckuswireless.com/ruc...

If this does not help please get back here so that I can give a fresh shot.

Hope this helps.
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abhinav kumar

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HI thanks

No, still i am in issue . please suggest

As two ssid are connected and the Users are recieving the IP and bu with the Third SSID Unable to get the Ip
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Munish Dhiman, Employee

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Hi Abhinav,

What if you hardwire the client in to the same VLAN ? Do you get ip address?

Thanks
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abhinav kumar

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yes i get the Ip
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Monnat Systems, AlphaDog

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Hi Abhinav,

Is there any restrictions on that switch port? Can you reset that port and just config basic VLAN and recheck?

Also if you connect the AP back and do the test with a wireless client. Is it possible to do PORT SPAN to see if you see DHCP discover from client or not and DHCP server responses or not?
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Munish Dhiman, Employee

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Hi Abhinav,

Agree with Monnat, Check the VLAN configuration and I would also suggest to collect a packet trace from the br0 interface of the AP the client connect to, and check to see does DHCP server reply to client Discovers?
br0 will show you both Eth and Wireless interface traffic.

Thanks
Munish