Hi all, If my dhcp server address sits on vlan 1 subnet at the moment giving out ip addresses for that vlan, If I add another scope on there for another vlan im creating, will these addresses be also dished out on vlan 1, I know I use the ip helper address command, without this what will happen ?
Only one way to go around, is to have 2 NICs on the DHCP server each NIC shall be in a different VLAN (one for VLAN1 and the other for VLAN2), with 2 scopes configured (one in the first subnet and the other in the second subnet),when the hosts in VLAN1 broadcasts to the DHCP interface on thier subnet it will lease them an ip from the scope with the local subnet, and vice versa for VLAN2 and you won't be needing ip-helper.
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