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Changing default Virtual Controller DHCP range

I just got in 4 Aruba IAP-105s that I am setting up for the first time.  The Aruba network is giving out 192.168.11.X addresses with a 192.168.11.1 default gateway which doesn't match the IP I've assigned the APs or the subnetting of my network.  Where can I find the option to change the default DHCP range?

Re: Changing default Virtual Controller DHCP range

Hi

Good night.

in InstantAP - u can get a DHCP from a local vlan (connected to the virtual control unit)

or get a DHCP assigen by the virutal controler itself (it cannot be modifed or changed)

 

 

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the   Guest functionlality is designed to use the controller assigned IP addressing and the client traffic will be NAT'ed to the virtual controller address

 

 

 

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Re: Changing default Virtual Controller DHCP range

Also

Download the attached PDF - it will give u a quick and short guide on how to config.

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This guide contain all the needed info in order to deploy guest + enteprise wlans with InstatAP in just a few min, written by:

 

kevinklee

 

 

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Re: Changing default Virtual Controller DHCP range

If you are referring that you are doing virtual controller assigment instead static vlan... then you change it here..

 

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