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Cisco 7.3 Code and ISC DHCP
Our most recent shipment of Cisco 3600 APs came with a preloaded 7.3 image and appear to be ignoring the DHCP offers being sent to them from our ISC DHCP server. While spanning the port the AP is on, it is evident the offers are being sent from the DHCP server, yet the AP's debug messages insist its discovers are going unanswered. Once the AP is configured with a static IP, it will then connect to the controller, running 7.2, and downgrade its image, at which point we clear the config (so the static IP is forgotten and the AP is forced to use DHCP) and the AP accepts the same DHCP offer without fail.
Wondering if anyone else who has migrated to 7.3 code with CAP3602I's and using ISC DHCP is experiencing this, or if this is specific to our DHCP settings? At the moment, I've got a case open with Cisco and am waiting on development to respond...
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