I'm in the process of implementing DHCP snooping for a customer. I'm looking for some information on how many databases I should implement for a campus of 95 3750 switches and 20 6509s. Or do I need to have a single database per switch? Also, what kind of load will the switches communicating with the database create on a TFTP or FTP server? I'm guessing the switches will only hit the TFTP server in the event they are rebooted. Any guidance will be appreciated. Thanks.
to find out the number of databases to use i think an understanding of why use DHCP snooping is required!!
as i know the dhcp snooping is used to mitigate arp spoofing,how that? i.e in the case of a mac-address claiming having an ip-address ,the ios check with the dhcp binding database to verify if that is true or not, so which DHCP ?? is the one to it the mac-address registred with to get an IP-address, if you are using 10 DHCP server so you need 10 databases.
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