I am wondering if it is possible to assign a DHCP address range from the last switch only on a 3 switched stack, and how to do it ?. The reason I ask is that we want to VLAN off the third switch for a certain department and isolate them as much as possible from the rest of the network - I know you are all now thinking 'why is it part of a stack then ?', the answer is that we couldn't really run enough cabling to the location where the department is. My intial plan was to have it located in it's own cabinet next to he department in question, but I was overuled, as the existing cabling in that location had already been run back to the stacks location . The switches are all 3750G 48 port running IOS 12.2 (25). Thanks in advance.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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