DHCP not passing through on primary VLAN
When connecting to the primary SSID no IP address is issued to the client.
When connecting to the secondary SSID (guest) a correct IP is issued.
I'm configuring a Nebula managed system comprising of:
NSG100, GS1920-24, GS1920HP-24, WAC6303D-S
There are three VLANs defined:
VLAN10 = main data for physical and wireless; DHCP server issuing on 192.168.80.x
VLAN20 = guest wireless access, DHCP server issuing on 192.168.85.x
VLAN30 = telephony access, DHCP server issuing on 192.168.110.x
Management VLAN is 1, default
All VLANs come back to Port Group 1 on the NSG
The GS1920HP-24 is configured with
- Ports 1-12 allowing VLAN 1, 10, 20 and PVID 10
- Ports 13-24 allowing VLAN 1, 30 and PVID 30
- Ports 25-28 allowing all VLAN and used for uplink
The non-HP unit is 1-24 allowing VLAN 1, 10, 20 and PVID 10, and 25-28 allowing all, used for uplink
If I use a wired connection into ports 1-12 I get issued a correct address
Into ports 13-24 I get issued a correct address
So DHCP is passing through from the NSG to the switches correctly.
Both SSIDs are configured with the appropriate VLAN id.
I am totally baffled as to why the guest network on VLAN 20 is issuing address correctly, but the primary isn't, but only when via wireless.
Any help much appreciated.