Hi, I'm having trouble getting some network devices/clients to move on to a new VLAN - I'm hoping you can help. Below are the steps I've taken:
I have the default 192.168.1.0 subnet (VLAN 1) and the new 192.168.2.0 subnet (VLAN 2). I've created a new group policy and attached it to VLAN 2. The VLAN is also set to run as a DHCP server with a 12 hour lease time. Finally, on the device/client, I've attached it to the relevant group policy.
So after all that, the client/device is still showing a 192.168.1.0 IP. Where am I going wrong? How do I get these devices on to the .2 VLAN/subnet? I don't want to bind MAC to an IP, I want the devices to get their IP via DHCP.
So is the port on the MX set as a trunk allowing VLAN 2? And the same for the 9200 side? Typically I would expect an access port on the switch to be set for VLAN 2. The link between the switch and the MX would be a trunk and allowing VLAN 2. I wouldn't typically accomplish this using group policies.