Client not getting proper DHCP config lease.
Hello everybody. I've got a bit of problem here. There's this weird issue with either the clients or DHCP server is that the proper config dont get served.
However 2 out of 4 clients gets a 192.168.0.x IP. Network settings is set to automatic dhcp. DHCP lease is also not full... Any ideas with this???
probably another dhcp server running somewhere else,
investigate others devices, router/modem, check with packet capture who is offering that network
There isn't though.
bridge WAN > pfSense > Switch > AP / Client
router on WAN is on bridge mode with dhcp turned off. That's the only device I could think of that offers DHCP.. There is a Windows Server, but there is also no DHCP services installed there.. Tried looking for where that 192.168.0.x network is but couldn't find it.
Diagnostics / Packet Capture
port 67 protocol UDP
you should see who is offering that network
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Well, since you have a captured packet, you can find out the MAC address of the source. You may want to download the capture and read it with Wireshark.
i'm not the one in trouble here,
it was an example for @justice41
or am i misunderstanding something?