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DHCP NAK packets

Hi Guys,


IAP configured with simple SSID Guest primary usage. for the VLAn Network assigned - default. Palo Alto firewall configured as DHCP Server range is - IAP IP address is

When the client connection to the IAP it gets a completely different IP address. PCAP from the Palo Alto attached and a screen shot of the IAP. This is driving me mad 




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Re: DHCP NAK packets

It looks like you have two DHCP servers: and 


You need to resolve that.

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Re: DHCP NAK packets

Hi Colin,


Sorted. had another DHCP server configured on Juniper SRX box. Removed and everything is working as it should 



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