We cannot seem to get the A5 to pass DHCP properly. It hands out the IP, but the subnet mask is wrong and possibly the gateway. We are handing out addresses with the Mikrotik router the A5 is connected to.
The C5’s get IP’s but I’m not sure if they pass traffic. I can find that out but now we have to test in off hours.
We do this in a few other locations with other gear and in a few customer networks. The only time we have seen it NOT work was with a Ruckus AP after a MT firmware upgrade. We downgraded it and it worked but that same issue happened on a sonicwall upgrade with the same Ruckus AP, so I’m not ready to blame the Mikrotik router since all of our other routers have been upgraded with no issues with DHCP compatibility and other connected hardware.