i recently deployed SG300 switch. this is small site having only 1 switch and checkpoint firewall. there is vpn connecting this site to our hub location.
DHCP is not working. When i am assigning static IP, it is working fine but is not taking IP from DHCP server.
below are the configs. Please let me know if i am missing something here.
interface vlan 100 ip address 172.30.91.1 255.255.255.192 ip dhcp relay enable
ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 37 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 37 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 42 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 42 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 49 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 49 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 53 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 53 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 137 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 137 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.229 138 ip helper-address 172.30.91.1 172.17.16.230 138
SG300#sh ip dhcp relay DHCP relay is Enabled Option 82 is Enabled Maximum number of supported VLANs without IP Address is 256 Number of DHCP Relays enabled on VLANs without IP Address is 0 DHCP relay is enabled on Ports: gi1-10 Active: Inactive: gi1-10 DHCP relay is enabled on Vlans: 100,300 Active: 100,300 Inactive: Servers: 172.17.16.229 , 172.17.16.230
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