This is totally lame on Cisco part. How can you advertise DHCP relay and them say (oh, it's only for wireless). I have a customer who bought off on this and now is pissed and wants to move to something else that can. Why the hell are your developers working on crap that is not widely deployed yet and don't even have the basic down?
We also have a customer waiting just for this. In a setup with 50 VPN3002. They are using novell with needs DHCP attributes that is not even supported by the 3002 - therefore they are very dependent on the relay functionality.
If the 3002 unit supports DHCP, you KNEW people were going to ask you for the normal features so why didn't you just do it right in the 1st place? I have 85 sites that have to use the crappy 3002 DHCP server you created because you did not look at the market and do your homework and note that all the other VPN Vendors (SonicWall, NetScreen, Nortel) were doing DHCP relay. So since I have to use your dhcp server, it seems you would have at least allowed me to enable IP address reservation for hosts who's IP's cannot change (like Printers - Duh!) but NOOOOO!!!! You were "half ass'in" it again.
Hmm...looks like we will have to wait for an "Ask the experts" session for this answer. Mr. or Ms. Moderator any comments? DHCP relay on the 3002 would solve ALOT of problems and make life so much easier for many. If it can't be done for whatever reason at least let us know why and if we can even expect a resolution.
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