Hello, Im seeing a weird issue hopefully someone can help with.
We are moving our rf-domains from a flat vlan for the AP's in the campus to setting each rf-domain to a different subnet for the AP's. The AP's will get an IP from the Cisco MDF switch in each building.
I do this on the AP side by giving the AP a new profile with the correct port and vlan config.
For example, the AP is statically assigned an address on vlan 5. The new model uses vlan 799 and subnet 10.162.11.0/24.
On the switch, I change the switchport vlan from 5 to 799. On the AP, I give it a new profile that uses 799 on ge1 and 799 on the vlan.
For some strange reason the AP will not pick up an IP address. I can plug my laptop into that switch and get an address right away.