We have a Wireless network that consists of 24 MR84 and 44 MR42 APs. I've configured all of the APs to received their IP from one VLAN, while the users receive their IP from the specific VLAN for their facility. At this point, users some buildings cannot get to the internet even though they receive a proper IP.
It has now become urgent that I resolve this issue as, some of the areas are about to revert to "Paid Access". I have a full Bird Col and a Two Star General looking at this so I have to find a resolution. So far all Meraki has been able to do for me is to send me links to documentation. I have read everything I can find and watched every YouTube video I can find to resolve this, but so far, just when I think I've got it solved, it fails again.
1. DNS and DHCP controlled from a Microsoft 2012 r2 server
2. DNS on the server and DHCP on the Meraki Security Appliance
3. DNS and DHCP from Meraki.
All three work, but only for some facilities, where other facilities don't.
I don't know if this pertains, but the Meraki Wi-Fi has replaced a legacy Cisco Wi-Fi solution with Wi-Fi controller. The Controller is still in the network but the VLANS it rides are inactive. I have to keep it in until I reset all the legacy equipment to factory default. Once done, then we can retire the controller and all the old APs.
If anyone has any Ideas, I sure could use the advice.