If the SSID is configured with Enterprise Security mode it will use dot1x/eap. This is a Layer 2 protocol and in case of RADIUS reject it will not allow any network connectivity in IP level so the end host will not be able to receive an IP address from DHCP.
You have to check the logs in the RADIUS server and find the reason of this rejection as a first step. After that if you are using dynamic VLAN assignment from RADIUS attributes you have to make sure that the VLAN is created under SSID configuration.
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Sorry for taking so long to awnser, the RADIUS server logs are completely fine, it shows the request and is authenticated as it should be, no problems there. The DHCP server never recieves any request. I used wireshark to help with the troubleshooting but no awnsers still.
The RADIUS and DHCP relay servers are correct. I have no idea what could be happening.
I saw a post similar to mine and the solution was enabling DTLS, but there aren't any VPN.
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