03-25-2014 05:50 PM
I was wondering if there was anyway to assign DHCP reservations on a VLAN pool? We have a VAP with multiple /24 subnets, is there anyway to assign create a DHCP reservation in the server and ensure the IP is picked up by the client? We can do DHCP reservations with one subnet easily, but once you had a second subnet and start creating a pool, it's hit or miss. Is our only hope to enlarge the subnet?
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03-25-2014 05:51 PM
03-25-2014 07:32 PM
Thank you Mr. Cappalli
It was the answer I was afraid of getting, alas I was holding out hope there could be a way! Oh well, time to supernet some networks away!
03-25-2014 07:34 PM
The only other way would be to do some logic in your RADIUS server to ensure that certain devices always get a specific VLAN.
If AD group = students, return Aruba-VLAN = 10
If AD group = staff, return Aruba-VLAN = 20
07-31-2014 03:23 PM
As far as i know, according to the hashing algorithm, the device will always be assisned the same vlan (please correct me if I'm wrong).
You can let your device connect to see what vlan they are given, then assign your reservation.
However, if later down the line you add or remove a vlan from the pool, the vlan given to that client may change.
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