I would like to enable DHCP snooping on our network. We just had someone plug in an rogue DHCP server which assigned invalid IP Addresses to a bunch of client machines.
How would we go about configuring DHCP snooping?
Out network setup consists of 2 6500 core switches that have trunk ports to our 3750 stacks. One of our DHCP servers (physical server) is plugged directly into one of the 6500 switches. The other DHCP server is a VMware client. The ESX host is also plugged into the 6500 switch.
Note we also have a trunk between the 6500 switches, all 3750 switch stacks have redundant links back to each 6500 switch.
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