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Wireless clients not getting dhcp

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Wireless clients not getting dhcp

I have 3 MR33s connected through an unmanaged switch to a MX64. I have configured 3 SSIDs each with their own VLAN. I have set up a native vlan and allowed the native vlan as well as the ssid vlans on port 1. The APs each connect to the MX and pull their config but when a wireless client connects they are unable to get a DHCP address. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Re: Wireless clients not getting dhcp

Unmanaged switches don't support VLANs.

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Re: Wireless clients not getting dhcp

Good to know. So assuming there is no way to get around the unmanaged switches and separating traffic by SSID is a must is there another way I could do this? I saw in the meraki dashboard an option for "VPN: tunnel data to a concentrator" I know it is meant for remote sites but is there a way I may be able to make it work? If so how?

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Re: Wireless clients not getting dhcp

You can plug them directly into the MX64, and configure the VLANs on the ports there (probably just be trunk ports).

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