Ap one ent ssid dhcp server not passing trafic

Can someone tell me why the SSID settings have a DHCP server option? Because I can’t get it to work.

Here are my Settings:

SSID Settings
Enable
Radio Selection 2.4GHz5GHz
Band Steering
Disable
SSID
SSID_TEST_DHCP_SERVER
Broadcast SSID
Data Rate AutoFixed
MCS16/MCS8/MCS0/6M
MCS Index
Multicast Filter
Multicast Rate
MCS16/MCS8/MCS0/6M
MCS Index
IGMP Snooping (Multicast Enhancement)
DHCP Setting
Server
IP Start Range
192.168.90.20
IP Stop Range
192.168.90.200
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0 (/24)
Broadcast Address
192.168.90.255
Gateway
192.168.90.1
DNS 1
8.8.8.8
DNS 2
4.2.2.2
(optional)
DNS 3
(optional)
Domain
(optional)
Lease Time
1
Days
0
Hours
0
Mins
DHCP Option 82
Default VLAN ID
20
VLAN Pooling
VLAN Pool
(CSV: e.g. 1,3,9-11,15)
Network Priority (QoS)
Gold
Layer 2 Isolation
Maximum Number of Clients
0
(0: Unlimited)

Security Settings
Security Policy
Open (No Encryption)

Captive Portal
Captive Portal
Disable

Access Control
Restricted Mode
None
MAC Address List
Connected clients:
D0:C6:37:57:F0:17*

  • suffix = client connected to SSID_TEST_DHCP_SERVER

RADIUS Server Settings Primary Server Secondary Server
Host
Secret
Authentication Port
1812

1812

Accounting Port
1813

1813

Maximum Retransmission
3
Radius Request Interval
3
s (initial value, double upon every retransmission)

Guest Protect
Block LAN Access
Custom Subnet

Network Subnet Mask

255.255.255.0 (/24)

Block Exception

Network Subnet Mask

255.255.255.0 (/24)

Block PepVPN

Bandwidth Management
Bandwidth Management
Upstream Limit
0
kbps (0: Unlimited)
Downstream Limit
0
kbps (0: Unlimited)
Client Upstream Limit
0
kbps (0: Unlimited)
Client Downstream Limit
0
kbps (0: Unlimited)

Firewall Settings
Firewall Mode
Disable

Schedule
Scheduled SSID Availability
Always OnCustom Schedule

ARP Request Control
Default Handling
BypassDrop
Custom Action
IP
MAC Address
ACTION

That didn’t paste very well. maybe a screengrab instead?

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Was a long day after 20th try, now this:

It looks like these clients are being dropped onto VLAN 20. Can you go to the network -> LAN screen and show us the config of VLAN 20?

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Figured it out. Typos are going to kill me.

Thanks guys!

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