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SG500's with seperate DHCP device

I have (2) Cisco SG500's, native stacked using the S1/S2 ports. The first switch IP is still 192.168.1.254. The manufacturer of the equipment I am installing requires a TP-Link wireless router functioning as DHCP server for the devices (50 plus). What I am stuck on is whether to enable DHCP snooping? Relay? Options? 

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If my memory is correct the

If my memory is correct the SG500 will act as a DHCP server by default?

I would just turn off the DHCP server on the SG500 and set a static address on your switch so you know where it is when you want to configure it.

You can then connect up your TP-Link and allow it to be the DHCP server for the network.

 

Hope that helps!

Matty

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