I have a topology as follows:
Router (Relevant sub interfaces for the vlan's AND dhcp server for each vlan's network)
Switch(With Multiple VLAN's AND 2 trunks: 1 for AP and 1 for the router))
Access Point (Cisco Aironet, broadcasting multiple SSID's, each assigned to a specific vlan).
Now if I add another vlan (example vlan 66) and want to host the dhcp server for that vlan somewhere else.
How can I tell the AP to send the dhcp requests coming on ssid of vlan 66 and switch ports of vlan 66 to a specific IP and not the router?
Will I still have a sub interface for vlan 66 on the router so clients on vlan 66 can talk to clients on other vlans?