03-23-2016 01:11 PM
After a bit of research, I understand that using the UI to create a Guest Network actually creates a VLAN numbered 3333 (called the 'magic VLAN'); addresses on this VLAN are NAT'd through the Virtual Controller's ip address to reach external networks. Is this correct?
If so, how do I change the default DHCP pool settings for the magic VLAN? I have not attempted to change the dhcp pool settings for vlan 3333 in the CLI, as I figured this would break whatever default NAT rules are established when the guest network is created.
Any help is appreciated!
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