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Multiple DHCP servers for Different VLAN

Hi all,

Here is my environment:

- There are 3 VLan configured in a single switch (vlan5, vlan100, vlan200)

vlan5 is production environment (10.10.5.x)

vlan100 is the testing environment (10.10.100.x)

vlan200 is the testing environment (10.10.200.x)

- there is already an existing DHCP server in the production network

- a new router will be added into the network, and to be a new DHCP server for testing enviroment

- A trunk connection has been created between the switch and router

How do I ensure that the new router's DHCP would not affact the vlan5(production environment) and successfully provides DHCP service to vlan100 and vlan200?

Thanks

Sam

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Re: Multiple DHCP servers for Different VLAN

add ip helper command under the interface vlan that will use the new DCHP server.

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Multiple DHCP servers for Different VLAN

I have created 2 DHCP pool on the new router,

seems there is no conflict to the VLAN 5 without the ip helper command...

if a new device plug to the vlan5 switch port, will this new device get the correct DHCP pool from vlan5?

or randomly/wrongly get DHCP pool from vlan100/vlan200 ?

Thanks for the reply

Sam

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