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How to use the Controller to distribute DHCP for a GUest Wireless WLAN

I am setting up a new ARUBA test lab to replace the HP MSM760 that is used in our production environment.  I am tasked with the repsonsibility to preare the test lab as much as possible to replicate our current production setup.

 

I have noticed that we haev a couple of Guest SSIDs and I have some generic instrcutions on how to setup a Guest SSID; but, our current guest SSID provides IP addresses from the controllers. 

 

Quesiton:  How can I configure the Aruba controller to provide IP addresses via DHCP to the client devices of teh GUest WLAN?

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Re: How to use the Controller to distribute DHCP for a GUest Wireless WLAN

THis link might help:  https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/How-to-configure-a-DHCP-server-on-the-Aruba-controller/ta-p/185894

 

Probably need to create a DHCP pool first: MM -> Managed Devices -> Group -> Configuration -> Services - DHCP

 

Can anyone confirm, someone who has actually done this before.

 

Re: How to use the Controller to distribute DHCP for a GUest Wireless WLAN

Yes, that is correct.


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering
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