Im encountering problem on DHCP for my clients residing on building connected to our main HQ on fiber. We have set-up the scopes for each sites and it works well with users connected to us using Frame relay and point-to-point lease circuit.
We have some users connected using fiber and using 2950's (2 port 100 base FX) and 2924 cisco switches (2 port 100 base FX).
Do i have to enable something from these switches ? something like "IP helper-address XXXXX" on the routers
I have done that for our point to point lease line and frame relay sites and DHCP works fine.
My question is whether do I have to enable any of that kinds of command on our fiber switches. By the way, there is no fancy configuration on my switches. Just the default VLAN for my remote management and monitoring.
Thank you. Spanning-tree portfast was diasbled. It is enable now. Where should I enable "service DHCP" ? On the rrouter or the switch ?
I know I have to disable "span-tree portfast" on ports where hubs and switches will be connected too. I also have some users connected to hubs and the hubs hang off the switch. Will it work if the hub hanging off the switch is a different model ? other than Cisco ?
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