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Solved, the issue was due to the wrong IP-helper in Cisco core switches. Many thanks
Ok.. The problem came from the autologin. It was (visibly) too fast. I disabled it and wait for the first wifi connection and this problem disappears. I hope this will help someone else.
You can call it from the file /etc/rc.local. You can either add the lines to that file or call the script there. Whatever you choose you have to add it above the line 'exit 0'. BTW: I suggest you add a wait command after the first network restart because it can take a few seconds for the network to start. If the ping comes to early you can get an incorrect ...
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