I'm having a problem with my configuration of a Cisco 2504 WLC, a bunch of Cisco 2602e's, and handing out DHCP across 30 subnets.
Here's how my network is laid out:
1. 31 subnets that correspond to different offices/sites around the main campus
2. The subnets are /24's so 10.1.1.1 is the first, 10.1.2.x is the second, etc.
3. The main subnet (10.1.1.1) has a 3845 router that handles the routing to the various other subnets
4. In the main subnet I have all of my infrastructure; a DHCP server, Active Directory, File, Printer servers
5. In the remote sites I have a 2811 router that handles DHCP for that site
6. The WLC has 2 WLANs associated with it; Secure and Guest
7. The WLC has 2 ports configured; Secure and Guest
8. The Guest network hands out a DHCP lease and that is routed out to the internet and has no real access to the Secure infrastructure
9. The Guest network gets their DHCP leases from onboard the WLC.
10. The WLANs are set up this way so we can roam from site to site and not have to have 30 sids configured on our laptops.
All of this works well in the main subnet. Secure clients attach and get a DHCP lease from the DHCP server and Guest clients attach and get their leases from the WLC.
When we stood up a 2602e in one of the remote sites the AP grabbed a local IP address for that subnet from the 2811 router and grabbed its config from the WLC back on the main subnet. So far so good.... :-)
The problem appeared when the wireless clients grabbed an IP address, they didn't get one local to their site, they grabbed an address from the main subnet which is problematic.
The clients were able to get out to the internet and seemed to work just fine but I'd like for them to grab a local IP from the 2811 router that is located in each site. Is this possible? If so, what would the configuration look like?
Thanks so much for any advice you can provide to me!