This is my first time starting a conversation. I currently have a 3600 router with a t-1 on a serial interace. I do have two available ethernet ports on this router. Can I run dhcp on one of these interfaces without harming anything?
Thanks for the fast response. I do have a couple cisco 2600 routers currently running dhcp services, but they are basically used for just that. I was just wondering if dhcp on the same router as our t-1 connection would cause any problems.
There are many instances where routers run DHCP and it does not cause any problem. While we can not say that there is never a problem and we can not say ahead of time that you will not have a problem, it is very unlikely that you would cause any problem by running DHCP on your router.
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