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Why wireless client accept unknown dhcp from zd ?

anugrah_endar
New Contributor II
DHCP problems
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anugrah_endar
New Contributor II
more info, the address that the cilent accept is unknown network.. really need advice

monnat_systems
Valued Contributor II
what do you mean by from unknown network?
Do you have multiple DHCP server  (in ZD and LAN) in your network? Is your clients doing APIPA?

anugrah_endar
New Contributor II
unknown network address => unknown resources,
DHCP server >R2 has been disable, DHCP leases run throughly from DHCP router,
Whats is APIPA, is there any conf on the ZD ?

Thanks,

monnat_systems
Valued Contributor II
APIPA. (Automatic Private IP Addressing) The Windows function that provides DHCP autoconfiguration addressing. APIPA assigns a class B IP address from 169.254.0.0 to 169.254.255.255 to the client when a DHCP server is either permanently or temporarily unavailable.

if your devices are ending up with APIPA series 169.254.X.X then indicates local network issues. If answer no then there may be another unknown DHCP server in the network which need to be looked at .
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