I have inherrited a small network and I am tasked with changing the current ip scheme. The current topology is flat and using 18.104.22.168/24 as it's internal range. Im planning to do away with the current scheme and add in a little segmentation using three networks (as Detailed in the IP_VLAN.pdf).
What I wanted to do initially was set the up the initial config and then test connectivity/proof of concept using the 1.*.*.0./24 and the 192.168.32.0/24 networks. I have attached the current config for the my main switch (svrswitch.pdf).
I have all VLANS (1,2,3,10) set up on all switches and SVI's on the main switch. I have a host on VLAN 3 in Switch_1F_2 using 192.168.32.1 as its default gateway.
The two problems I am having are, after changing the default-gateway on a host on 22.214.171.124/24 network to 126.96.36.199 i can only get connectivity by using the "route add" command on the host in Windows dos prompt. So I think I maybe be missing something in terms of routing.
The other problem is regarding establishing DHCP. I can't seem to get my host on the 192.168.32.0/24 to communicate with the DHCP server? The server is currently handing out 188.8.131.52/24 addresses, would that be a problem as they are on different subnets.
Any help would be appreciated.