Have a Cisco 871W I inherited. It has access points connecting to fastether 1 and 2 and and fastether 0 is connected to the main switch. The other access points connected to this device have the dual SSIDS of Staff and Open just as the wireless on the Cisco device has. The staff ssid has a vlan 10 assigned to it in the remote access points and the cisco. The people connecting to staff should be getting their DHCP from the server on the network. The Open should get it from the Cisco. 871. The problem we are having is that the people connecting to the open ssid are getting DHCP from the network server and having network accesses instead of being separated by the vlan. Where are we going wrong I have attached the config of the Cisco router to this. cisco.txt
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