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I have two WAP4410N devices on my network.When I try to connect with a wireless device (iPad, Smartphone, etc...)  it does not connect.However, if I assing that device a static IP, it connects.Here is the setup:

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-Windows 2008 Server R2 (Domain Controller, DHCP, DNS)

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