Inherited a network with two stacks of Extreme 460 switches. One stack in MDF, one stack in IDF. Attached to these are ap6511 wireless access points with two wireless lans setup. Domain and Guest. Domain for both wired and wireless use on-site DHCP. Guest is setup to use a public DNS and have the switches handle DHCP. Any units that connect to the wireless radios tied into the MDF stack receive a DHCP address and gain internet access on the designated 10.xx.xx.xx network.
Any units that connect via the IDF radios for the Guest network do not receive a 10.xx.xx.xx address and have no internet access. They receive a 169.xx.xx.xx address.
The wireless broadcasts and prompts for sign-on but beyond that, does not get an address.
What is likely missing or not configured on the stack in the IDF?
I tried setting the VLAN DHCP via the screenplay interface to match what is on the MDF stack but that had no effect. I've also connected to each stack via various CLI commands but nothing.
It's worth noting that any Domain wireless on either stack connects and operates fine so I'm pretty sure this is all related to the failure of the IDF stack to properly request/assign addresses.
MDF has a protocol address set, IDF has same address set with one digit up in final octet. DHCP ranges were set as the same as I found on MDF.
Any help, much appreciated.