Hi, I'm trying to connect an internal server on my LAN but in another subnet. The wireless clients get their addresses in the 192.168.35.0/24 subnet. The addresses are correctly distributed by a DHCP pool on my firewall. Unfortunately no wireless client can ping this same firewall, althought they got an address by it. There is a firewall rule permitting icmp traffic to it. I've tested it with a wired client positioned in the same VLAN as my wireless clients and this works fine. But if I connect to my SSID (in 192.168.35.0/24 subnet) then I can ping myself and public IP addresses (like Google open DNS 22.214.171.124). I cannot even ping my own gateway (the same firewall) If I try to ping my gateway I always get a response from 10.128.128.128. This should be a Meraki DNS address right? I don't want this, that's why I work in bridged mode. So why is this happening? If anyone got a clue, I should be very thankful.
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