Re: issue about local dhcp and a remote PXE server
It sounds like we have a similar scenario. Campus based DHCP and a centralized PXE server. We use Microsoft DHCP servers, but the PXE server is the old 3Com application (don't ask why). First I just added the additional ip helper-address for the PXE server, but I never see the DHCP OFFER from PXE. In addition I noticed that when PXE booting, the client would not DHCP, though packet captures show a valid DHCP OFFER. I finally tried adding just option 66 (PXE Server name) and 67 (the name of the bootfile). This worked for one site, will be trying another site soon. I did not need to set option 60, in fact I removed it.
This document gives several answers on frequently asked questions for PFRv3 channel state behavior.
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