I HAVE PROBLEMS TO SPREAD DHCP TO A SWITCH ON AN SRX 300 AND SO I CAN PROVIDE DHCP TO AN AP WITH THREE VLAN'S TRAVELING IN GE-0/0/4 PORT. AT THE BEGINNING I DO NOT PROPAGATE THE VLAN'S THROUGH THE PORT, BUT AFTER I CHANGE THE SRX TO SWITCH MODE AND I START TO SPREAD THE VLANS, BUT THE DHCP AND THE POOL ARE ALREADY ALLOCATED AND THE DHCP IS BOUND BY THE PORT GE-0/0 / 2, BUT DOES NOT THE DHCP, ANY IDEA THAT HAPPENS WITH THE SRX300?
set system services dhcp-local-server group wirelessd interface irb.x set system services dhcp-local-server group wirelessc interface irb.y set system services dhcp-local-server group arrendadora interface irb.z
set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet network 192.168.230.192/27 set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet range low low 192.168.230.194 set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet range low high 192.168.230.222 set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet dhcp-attributes domain-name wirelessd set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet dhcp-attributes name-server 220.127.116.11 set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet dhcp-attributes name-server 18.104.22.168 set access address-assignment pool wirelessd family inet dhcp-attributes router 192.168.230.193
etc. Make sure that the pool name matches the group in dhcp-local-server.
You cannot mix JDHCP and DHCP on the same machine - DHCP is being phased out, so better to adapt to JDHCP.
My isolated guest network clients gets passed straight through from AP to switch to SRX and out to the internet via PPPoE. The APs allocate the guest IPs. If I need to look at what is going on with the guests, they have a separate management system, which also handles the analytics.
Thanks for your reply, but my access point is from the brand aruba and i did some test with technician personal of juniper and the srx300 recognized the mac of the app but when the srx 300 send the acknowledge, app didnt responded me this, and when i connect with the srx with switch an then connect with app aruba i can recieve ping with other device that they were connect with the app until the srx.
Starting with Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D60, the legacy DHCPD (DHCP daemon) configuration on all SRX Series devices is being deprecated and only the new JDHCP CLI will be supported. When you upgrade to Junos OS Release 15.1X49-D60 and later releases on a device that already has the DHCPD configuration, the following warning messages are displayed: WARNING: The DHCP configuration command used will be deprecated in future Junos releases. WARNING: Please see documentation for updated commands.
However, as I chase down certain features, I find that each new release is an improvement on the previous, for what I want it to do, so I am now on -D100, and happier.