Lenovo N22 Chromebooks

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Lenovo N22 Chromebooks

K-12 school district

Have MR-52 / MR-53 campus wide

Chromebooks NR 22  - Lenovo

 

Have had reports of Chromebooks receiving "unable to connect to a dhcp server."  Setting the Chromebook aside and waiting then the device connects.

 

DHCP address lease pool is never exhausted and historical history of AP's show no downs or interruptions. Problem seems to persistent according to the PC Tech.

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

 

Thank you

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kYutobi
Kind of a big deal

Check your "Wireless Health" and see where the part of DHCP fails. You can see more info there.

 

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Enthusiast

Fairly new to the Meraki model...so thank you for the insight.

kYutobi
Kind of a big deal

@unplacedap no worries my friend. That's what we're here for. 😊

Enthusiast

Is the SSID they connect to using internal or public DNS? If possible, can you test using Google DNS to see if they work.
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PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Are there any statically configured devices in the same VLAN?

Any chance of DHCP conflicts or IP address conflicts happening causing DHCP to have to back off?

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