Protecting from DHCP Pool exhaustion

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Sep 30th, 2010
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We are looking to allow the iPad/iPhone devices on the network.  From reading previous reports in the media, I know that several colleges/universities have run into a problem with some code versions not handling DHCP correctly.

I am looking at trying to protect us from a DHCP Pool exhaustion situation.  We have implement some of the port security commands.  On the trunk ports that the AP's are connected to, I have used ip arp inspection trust  as a default.  Maybe we need to look at changing that stance.  Putting this command on all trunk ports, whether connected to an AP or a switch, is what we do as a part of our normal deployment.

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