I think I'm posting in the right area since I believe its a spanning tree error. So I have a server 2003 dhcp server, the problem is it takes around 90 seconds for a client to get a dhcp address. Now from everything I read on google it's a spanning tree fastport problem. So I enabled spanning tree on all ports except the ones connected to another switch for I dont get a loop. This didn't solve the problem, and I came accross another post that said to disable spanning tree so I disabled spanning tree on all ports. Problem still not resolved, so I just erase startup-config to see if a default config would work still no go. I have two 2950 48 ports, 2960g 24 port and a linksys small business sge2000p 24 port switch (I think linksys switch is the porblem) Here is the config after I reset the switch
Yes the original post is incorrect . On all "user ports " use the interface range command to apply the following command , "switchport host" . Then retry your test . You have portfast turned off in your last post .