Yes, clients get their DNS settings from the router over DHCP. The router's DNS config for that wireless subnet is 10.203.2.1, which is also that subnet's default-gateway/router. The router itself has a config line of ip name-server listing 2 internal DNS servers and 188.8.131.52 The AP is setup in Dashboard with the internal DNS first, and 184.108.40.206 second. I am able to ping the internal DNS from the AP in Dashboard, and name resolution does appear to be taking place, but I still get a flurry of those errors throughout the day. I really appreciate the help on figuring this out.
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