Wireless Fail To Connect And Receive IP
I have problems in the following scenario. I attached an image with a summary diagram of the network in question. The problem is that on the 3rd floor of the site users connect via wireless fail to connect and receive an IP. But they can not navigate. The second and first floor itself. As you see in the diagram are 3 routers, one per floor. The first is the only router that provides DHCP the other two routers are as simple Access Points.
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