If you have more than one, your IT lead has to be sent back to school.
Fiber Optics into a MikroTik RouterBoard 950
950 connects to an HP ProCurve 24-port switch
Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 connects to the ProCurve to provide access to a remote location
Linksys 900 installed at remote location
DLink N300 range extender extends the Linksys to an adjacent remote location
The MikroTik is configured as authoritative DHCP server, and also is configured to provide WIFI locally. Somehow, local WIFI connections are occasionally picking up an IP address from the N300, and not from the MikroTik and, to make it worse, won't work! Devices at the remote location that connect to the N300 will work fine. This is driving me nuts, and I can't figure out how to prevent it from happening. The closest DHCP server - and certainly the authoritative server - should always be first, shouldn't it? How do I stop this?