Our C3705 has 4 VLANs configured on it. The subnet for VLAN1 is 192.168.1.x and I'm connected to a port on this switch on that VLAN. My connection goes from the switchport, to patch panel, to dataport on wall. From there I've ran another patch cable to a small D-link switch in order to enable a few extra ports for attaching my test systems. My workstation is also attached to this D=Link switch. I can get a DHCP address through this D_Link switch but if I connect any other workstations to it they cannot get a DHCP address. Instead they get the APIPA 169.x.x.x address. I swapped out the D-Link with another generic switch just to make sure that the D-Link wasn't the problem but still getting the same result. If I change my connection to another VLAN, my workstation and other test systems connected to the small switch can get a DHCP address. I'm suspecting that there is a misconfiguration or missing configuration on VLAN1 which is causing the anomaly but having some difficulty trying to determine what that is. Also note that our DHCP server is a Windows DC, also on VLAN1. Would greatly appreciate any input that could possibly shed some light on this.
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