i have strange problem with MS DHCP server which i am unable to understand. One server hosts 3 DHCP scopes (data1, voice, data50). I also have 3 VLANs 1 (defualt) for data, 10 voice, 50 data. IP helper address is configured for VLAN 50 and 10.
DHCP scope for data 1 : 10.0.0.10-250
DHCP scope for data 50 : 172.16.0.10-172.16.1.250
I have HP 2910al-48G configured as default gateway, every VLAN has it's IP. That HP is connected to Cisco 3550, and 6 more Cisco 3500XL are connected to Cisco 3550. Now the problem
On some cisco 3500XL i configured port to be access port for vlan50. When i plug computer there i get the IP from data50 range and everything is great. Now when i plug the cable to some other port that has default configuration (so part of VLAN 1) i get the IP AGAIN from the DHCP range of VLAN50 (
172.16.0.10-172.16.1.250) . This is what is confusing me a lot and i don't know the explanation or how to fix it. When i disable data50 DHCP scope on the server and do ipconfing /release /renew i get the DHCP lease from data1 DHCP scope like i am supposed to.
Superscope is configured with 10.0.0.10-250 and 10.0.1.10-250, i added 172.16.0.10-172.16.1.250 to that superscope and probably that could be the problem. I now created new scope for VLAN50 and soon i'll head out to location.
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