Although I would not know what if would differ, I tried it anyway.... it doesn't help.What's your DHCP Server > DHCP authoritative setting? try setting it to "yes".
Well, don't know. On the moment have no other ios devices at hand that can connect.There are any differences between the ios devices that actually connect and those who doesn't?
IOS devices use some sort of algorithm to confirm a lease faster, maybe is related to the VLAN setup, so capturing the traffic from device showing this issue (esp. ARP) can lead you to a clue...
Maybe differences in IOS version are causing the failings? check DNS requests when such a device doesn't connect. I also found that reverse DNS for the router IP should work (insert an static entry in addition to the router FQDN)
hmm, that's new to me. I thought 220.127.116.11/24 like 10.10.10.0/24 was for private use too. I used it to distinguish from some other part of my networks. But ok, wikipedia is clear.Hi,
I am pretty sure it won't solve your issue, but I think you should try to avoid using networks like 18.104.22.168/24 for your local network, unless you have that range assignet to you by IANA.
Use private IP networks instead.
If you use a legal IP for your local network and happens that you have to access a public server and the DNS returns an IP in your local network, you are screwed up.
I would give it a try.
Finally changed the 22.214.171.124/24 into 192.168.20.0/24 but to no relief. SOME apple devices (so still not all, some work flawless) are not able to pick up an IP from the dhcp-server....
Well, this topic has been discussed in another thread.Others have not complained either.
Plug an ethernet cable into the port. Open up "Winbox" and choose the Neighbors tab.I just bought two new wAP-ac access-points. Unfortunately I am not able to connect even to the wlan-interface itself nor to the virtual-wlan interface
Any help is highly appreciated.
Oh, okay. It maybe your configuration then. Try this (change password and SSID of course).I am able to connect to the wAP itself - no problem so far BUT I am not able to connect with e.g. my iPhone 6s to the SSID as I am able to connect with my old MBP
/interface wireless set [ find default-name=wlan1 ] band=2ghz-b/g/n channel-width=20/40mhz-eC country="united states" distance=indoors frequency=auto mode=ap-bridge wps-mode=disabled ssid=MYSSID set [ find default-name=wlan2 ] band=5ghz-a/n/ac channel-width=20/40mhz-Ce country="united states" disabled=no distance=indoors frequency=auto frequency-mode=regulatory-domain mode=ap-bridge wireless-protocol=802.11 wps-mode=disabled ssid=MYSSID /interface wireless security-profiles set [ find default=yes ] authentication-types=wpa2-psk eap-methods="" group-key-update=1h mode=dynamic-keys supplicant-identity=MikroTik wpa2-pre-shared-key=PASSWORD1
Thank you firstOh, okay. It maybe your configuration then. Try this (change password and SSID of course).
/interface wireless security-profiles set [ find default=yes ] authentication-types=wpa2-psk eap-methods="" mode=\ dynamic-keys supplicant-identity=MikroTik wpa2-pre-shared-key=Passwort add authentication-types=wpa-psk,wpa2-psk eap-methods="" \ management-protection=allowed name=offen supplicant-identity="" add authentication-types=wpa2-psk eap-methods="" management-protection=\ allowed management-protection-key=Passwort mode=dynamic-keys name=\ WPA2-PSK-AES-CCM supplicant-identity=MikroTik wpa2-pre-shared-key=\ Passwort /interface wireless set [ find default-name=wlan1 ] antenna-gain=2 area=Area-AP1-2GHz band=2ghz-g/n \ country=austria disabled=no distance=indoors frequency=2452 hide-ssid=yes \ mode=ap-bridge name=wAP2GHz security-profile=WPA2-PSK-AES-CCM ssid=\ MikroTik1-2GHz wireless-protocol=802.11 wmm-support=enabled wps-mode=\ disabled set [ find default-name=wlan2 ] antenna-gain=2 area=Area-AP1-5GHz band=\ 5ghz-a/n/ac channel-width=20/40/80mhz-Ceee country=austria disabled=no \ distance=indoors frequency=auto hide-ssid=yes mode=ap-bridge name=wAP5GHz \ radio-name=Radio-AP1-5GHz security-profile=WPA2-PSK-AES-CCM ssid=\ MikroTik1-5GHz wireless-protocol=802.11 wmm-support=enabled wps-mode=\ disabled
Hello Normis,Everyone with this issue, I want to understand the issue here.
... Or I misunderstand the issue.
I personally can not confirm that ... If I open e.g. my iPhone, than the device always connect the WiFi immediately - of course I do not not the process behind.When you wake the device, it will still show 4G, it will only connect to WiFI when you initiate some application that needs it, like if you open Safari.
iPhone will also enable WiFi if it receives a push notification from the push server (via DATA).
Probably your device is leaking broadcasts between ethernet and wifi, e.g. because it is configured in bridge mode instead of in routing mode.In my case I experience this issue when another Mikrotik device on the network is powered on. The problematic device does run a DHCP server but only on its wifi ports. It is connected to my main network over Ethernet though. I can't explain why it is affecting my main networks DHCP but it clearly does.
I am not at liberty to do that - see the info below. I have sent the supouts to Mikrotik.Please post configuration of "another Mikrotik device on the network" ... it might be that that devices is mis-configured.
No, there is zero connectivity between the ethernet and wifi. They aren't bridged at all.Probably your device is leaking broadcasts between ethernet and wifi, e.g. because it is configured in bridge mode instead of in routing mode.
(as would be required when you want to run a DHCP server only on WiFi and not on ethernet)
Make sure there is no bridge interface in that device.