isn't much in the way of guidance on this so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
@syamantak_omer A few things don't seem clear to me in the documentation. All APs in a venue act as a DHCP server/NAT gateway, according to the documentation you referenced. Does that mean when a DHCP profile is configured and enabled on a specific venue that all APs in that venue use the same DHCP pool? Is the DHCP lease information somehow shared between APs in a venue? My point being, could a client connected to AP1 have the same DHCP address as a client connected to AP2?
My specific scenario is this, multiple APs in a venue each with a separate Internet connection (GPON with public DHCP assigned address). If I place all of these APs in the same venue and create one DHCP policy for the venue, will this function correctly or do I need to create a separate venue and separate DHCP pool for each AP?
As per my understanding, it should work fine because each AP will have a different NAT at AP level, so client traffic will be accordingly unique for each AP/DHCP pool.
Please confirm if you had any issue in this use case. If yes, please provide more details so that we can check or you can raise a support case for further troubleshooting.