It is possible to resolve common wireless issues such as clients not getting an IP address, SSIDs in bridge mode, DHCP server being unreachable, incorrect VLAN tags, SSIDs in NAT mode, and DHCP offers and requests.
To resolve the issue of Meraki Guest Wifi with no internet access, it is recommended to set the switch port to an 802.1Q trunk port.
Troubleshooting the issue may involve verifying one's account.
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This post provides a solution to a Meraki Guest Wifi issue with no internet access. The solution involves setting the switch port to an 802.1Q trunk port, which is the correct setting per Meraki Guidelines. The post also provides advice on how to troubleshoot the issue and suggests verifying one's account to enable IT peers to see if they are a professional.
Meraki Guest Wifi, No Internet Access - The Spiceworks Community
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