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AP : How to disable DHCP service on the Fastethernet Interface ?

hello,

I would like to disable the DHCP service on the Fastethernet Interface ..

I would like that only the Wireless client use the DHCP service ...

In my actual case, DHCP works fine with the Wireless client but the other client on my network (with cable link..rj45) have an IP with my AP's DHCP, thanks to the Fastethernet interface ..

Is there a config parameter to put in the Interface Fastethernet0 ?

Thanks a lot

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Re: AP : How to disable DHCP service on the Fastethernet Interfa

You can use global configuration command no service dhcp . This configuration parameter will disable all DHCP server and relay functionality.

sam
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Re: AP : How to disable DHCP service on the Fastethernet Interfa

You could also create a seperate VLAN for your wireless clients. This would accomplish the same thing since you could setup DHCP for your 'wireless VLAN' then just leave your 'wired VLAN' as is. Also note that you'd have to enable ip routing to do InterVLAN routing if you want your wireless and wired clients to be able to talk to each other.

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