I have a core Switch on which I have configured Layer3 VLAN interface and on this interface I have the vrf forwarding enabled with the IP helper address. I am using a 3rd party DHCP server with scopes activated which allocates the IP's to the different VLAN's. The issue that I'm seeing is that I don't get any IP Address from the DHCP server. Now if I statically configure the IP address on my machine then I can ping all the way out to the the DHCP server, Internet, etc. Which proves that the routing is working fine via the VRF. is there anything I have to configure specfically on the L3 interface for DHCP in the VRF environment?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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