DHCP and WLAN
djhurt1 Newbie ✭
edited August 2021 in Mid Range Firewalls
WLAN interface is bridged to LAN. LAN clients recieve Ip address from seperate DHCP server on LAN. As I understand it, SonicOS reserves a block of upper Ip addresses for access points so how does this work with a seperate DHCP server and sonicOS not handling the address leases? I assume sonicOS just assigns the upper addresses to the APs and I just need to exclude those Ips on the DHCP server scope?
Category: Mid Range Firewalls
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You are right. SonicWall reserves last range of IP addresses for Sonicpoints/SonicWaves w.r.t the no. of Sonicpoints/SonicWaves mentioned in the WLAN interface.
Hope this helps.
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