04-01-2016 08:48 AM
I'm trying to set up DHCP in my Aruba IAP-205, and I feel like I'm taking crazy pills. I'm not a networking expert by any means, but this seems difficult.
All I want to do, is for one SSID, hand out IPs on the same range the AP itself is on. I've created a Distributed DHCP scope because I think thats what I need to do. It's the only spot that lets me assign a range of IPs. I'm not sure what Clients Per Branch means...What's a branch? Like a separate phyiscal location? I set it to 1. I have a range of 10 IP's, but if I say 10 clients I get an error saying the range is too small.
Anyways, I set up the scope, assigned that scope to the Network, but my clients are just get 169 IPs.
Any help would be greately appreciated. I am literally trying to do just a very basic networking task, that I've accomplished in hundreds of home routers, but can't for the life of me figure out in this Aruba IAP.
04-01-2016 10:47 AM
Life off the wire
04-13-2016 11:50 AM
I've looked at that topic, but when I try to create the DHCP range it won't allow me to set the range, because it's the same subnet as the Aruba's IPs.
So what I want to do, is put the Arubas on my network, say 192.168.1.X, and I want them to hand out addresses from 192.168.1.100 - 150. Can I do that? For reasons I don't want to get in to, I can't make my router do this, so I want the Aruba's DHCP server to handle this.
05-15-2016 10:25 AM
05-15-2016 02:34 PM
1. There is no other DHCP server on the management subnet.
2. The IAP's own IP is statically assigned.
If this is true then you can create a DHCP scope of Local,L2 type on the same subnet as IAP itself with a custom address range.
05-16-2016 09:35 AM
Yes, we can use IAP as DHCP server.
Please configure Local DHCP as per your requirement instead of centralized / Distributed.
In SSID profile, under Vlan, use Network assigned -> Static -> use the Vlan that was mentioned while configuring DHCP local pool.