I have a 2610XM router with (1) 10/100. I will have (2) VLANS. Is there a way to configure both of the VLANS on the router so they can both take advantage of my DHCP server located at another site? (If I use a secondary IP address that network can't use DHCP.)
If your switch supports trunking, you can use 802.1q trunking on the Ethernet interface on the router. You create a subinterface for each VLAN, and those can each have helper addresses pointing to your DHCP server. In this way, you can have both VLANs use DHCP. Here is a URL with some configuration examples:
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