I have a Ruckus 7363 AP that is connected and managed through a Ruckus Zone Director. I have a total of 4 Access Points with 3/4 working fine. The one that is not working fine is in a geographically different location, but this should not be an issue.
The network Infrastructure is as follows: Ruckus -> Cisco POE Switch -> Cisco Router
I am using VLAN 204 for this configuration and have configured the router as both the DHCP server and the VLAN gateway (using SVI). The port on the switch was previously configured as an access port. I was able to plug in my laptop or the ruckus and both were provided DHCP addresses. When I tried to connect a wireless client to the Ruckus AP, it would be given an APIPA address. I have since changed the port on the switch to be a trunk port as per recommendations and I am still receiving the same results.
I can confirm that the DHCP server on the switch is NOT receiving DHCP requests in this method but that it WAS receiving them when my laptop was plugged in to the port. This leads me to believe the issue is isolated to the Ruckus WAP.
I am really at a loss as to what step to take next. I have scoured the Ruckus forums and found a few commands (such as disabling directed dhcp) that didn't work for me. I have tested connecting with Android, Blackberry and Windows clients with no success. I have also confirmed that the VLAN tag is the same through each step.
I am simply trying to have DHCP work for clients that connect through the wireless access point and it is proving to be more difficult than anticipated.
Thanks in advance.