DHCP server---R1-----Cloud-----R2------CAT3550---User’ PC(192.168.1.0/24)
I am wondering how the user gets DHCP.
1.Between R1 and R2, there is a GRE tunnel.
2.the interface of R2 connected to CAT 3550 is configured, no any ip helper command defined.
ip address 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.0
ip policy route-map test
The route-map identifies traffic,
Match ip 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 any,
Set ip next hop (tunnel interface at R1 side)
3. on Cat3550, the interface connects to R2 is access mode, on vlan 100.
It seems that users pcs do get DHCP.
It could be that R2 has been configured to serve DHCP if this device is the default gateway for Vlan100. It would also be worth while to check the 3550, it could also be serving DHCP.
I've often found 'rouge' network devices at remote sites that serve DHCP, sometimes severely conflicting with the legitimate network.
Try executing an 'ipconfig/all' on the workstation, this data may be useful in tracking down the DHCP server. I've found that if internet connection sharing is enabled on some windoze boxes they will begin serving DHCP.
In extreme cases you may need to write access layer switchport ACL's that prevent DHCP responses from unauthorized ports.