I've got a strange thing going on here. We got 3 Cisco Switches. One is a very old 2950 Series and two of them are from the SMB ESW 500 Series. If i plug in a additional switch to one port of the 2950 and plug in two PCs with Windows 7 they get the DHCP lease from the Windows DHCP Server. If i do the same thing on the SMB Switches only one machine gets a lease. The other one remains without connectivity. Even if i set a static IP. I tried different switches and different clients. Only the first PC i connect is getting a lease/network connectivity. Really don't know what happens here. Does anyone have an idea?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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