I have recently setup a campus network which uses 2 x 3750G-12s switches for core/dist. I have seperate vlans configured for each stack of access switches accross the building. All tacks have different IP subnets configured.
and so on..
I have also configured a DHCP server on the top access switch in each stack, so it assigns the hosts an IP instead of getting it from a win DHCP.
How can I get PXE boot on LAN to work accross several vlans/subnet's when configured this way??
in our network we use to add an ip helper-address pointing to the ip address of the server. We have MS RIS servers and PCs are then booted from LAN: they first find the DHCP server and get the ip address then they look for the server.
It is what you need to do for performing DHCP relay the original broadcast is sent with a unicast destination to the server.
ip helper-address x.x.x.x on each SVI vlan interface. multiple commands are allowed.
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