DHCP Issues in Bridge Mode

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ccie_ma
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DHCP Issues in Bridge Mode

Hi 
I am seeing loads of DHCP errors across all the sites for a customer with the following message although when I check the client I can see it has got the IP and when I check on the DHCP server I can see it has leased an IP. 

The DHCP server is set up with split scope scenario i.e two DHCP servers serving from a unique pool of IPs. I do not expect  a problem  because of this but wondering how does Meraki detect DHCP success and whether this is a false alarm.

 

Client made a request to the DHCP server, but it did not respond.type='NO DHCP response' associated='false' radio='255' vap='3'

 

Interested in your thoughts.

Thanks,

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Strange.  It just monitors to see if a DHCP response is received to a request.  It shouldn't matter that you have two DHCP servers.

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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Strange.  It just monitors to see if a DHCP response is received to a request.  It shouldn't matter that you have two DHCP servers.

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