I have a design question that I need help with. I have a flat network that is in the beginning stages of being split up into VLANs. Imagine two 6500's with networks on either end and both of these networks are in the native VLAN. In between the two 6500's is an etherchannel that is VLAN'd to VLAN100 and EIGRP is setup. This etherchannel between the two 6500's is setup to pass VLAN 100 and VLAN 1. The Native VLAN has a DHCP server running on it and people on both sides and get DHCP addresses.
What I would like to do is take one side of the network and VLAN it to a new VLAN, lets call it VLAN 50, and setup an IP Helper to dish out a new DHCP scope. No problem so far. However I also have an unknown number of devices that have static IP's on that side of the network. So I would like to be able to pass their VLAN 1 traffic and still have all the PC's pick up the new DHCP scope and not the old DHCP scope.
Is there a way to do this without having to identify every device that has a static IP and the switchport it is plugged into? Basically I would like to pass VLAN on the new network but not the DHCP scope from the native VLAN, just the new scope from the new VLAN.
We dont know how many statics are in place, and the idea is to migrate them but operations in this area are 24/7 and business critical so they need to be able to switch over fast. We wanted to keep the statics running and migrate them one at a time. My understanding tells me we are going to have to identify all the statics first and move them all at once. ugh..
**the attachment is very basic layout.