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Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

Conversationalist

Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

I have nine MR34s and one MR18 AP with several NAT SSIDs and one Bridge SSID. On the MR18, some clients are unable to connect to the Bridge SSID, or if they do, there's an apparent IP issue which won't allow them to get internet or connect to other network resources. 

Thanks in advance for any help!

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Kind of a big deal ww
Kind of a big deal

Re: Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

who provides dhcp for the bridged ssid? do clients get the correct IP, gateway and DNS?

Kind of a big deal

Re: Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

Great use case for Wireless Health 🙂

 

https://meraki.cisco.com/solutions/wireless-health

 

Also, check your VLAN is setup everywhere it needs to be correctly.

Conversationalist

Re: Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

Thanks!

Unfortunately, I'm unable to replicate the problem at this time. No errors in Wireless Health for the client who's been having trouble lately. I'll double check the VLAN. It's a very inconsistent and seemingly random issue isolated to that one AP and SSID.

Conversationalist

Re: Clients can't connect to bridge mode SSIDs

Thanks for the reply!

DHCP for bridged clients comes from our Windows server. They are not getting the correct IP, Gateway or DNS... if they can connect at all. This only happens with one AP and only three clients so far.

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