I have to set up two VLANs that do not speak to each other but use one uplink to the internet. I know how to set up VLANs and I know how to set it up so that it does not talk to each other. However, I only have one DHCP server. Is there any way to make that server assign IP addresses to both VLANS (i.e. VLAN01 IP block 192.168.1.0 and VLAN02 IP block 192.168.2.0)?
First you can setup a trunk to the server, if the server NIC is capable of doing this.
Second you could use two ethernet interfaces on the server and attach it into the two VLANs. In both cases configure a matching IP address in each VLAN on the server.
Third you could use a router with an "ip helper-address " command on a VLAN subinterface to operate as DHCP proxy. In the latter case you should apply additional access-lists to prevent inter-VLAN traffic. The router could even be operated as DHCP server itself, in case this would be interesting to you.
In any case you have to configure your DHCP server to support both address ranges.
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