Make sure that your DHCP lease is longer than 5 minutes so that there are no user table/DHCP conflicts.
If it has to do with the whole 65,536-ish ports being used in that DMZ controller doing its NAT/PAT'ing, you could try limiting the number of sessions each user can have. A Guest VRD I read suggested limiting it to 128 sessions per user, which is sufficient for many while curtailing those guest users that might have thousands of sessions open.
"show datapath nat" might show something here. More information would be helpful.
A test that might help isolate if it is a NAT'ing issue is to see if those clients can reach IPs that aren't past the NAT boundary. If they can reach other guest/server IPs but not internet IPs, then start looking into why.
I saw about that ont he VRD a while ago but i was wondering what impact would that have on the guest users?
If i limit those sessions what will happen? if they go over that limit then some applications wont have internet or what would happen?
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