Hi BL, the switch will locally route the VLAN so long as it has an IP address on the VLAN interface. Intervlan communication happens at the IP level. A VLAN in nature in capable of communicating to any other VLAN. The packet contains the VLAN id and only packets with the same VLAN ID are permitted in to this broadcast domain. When IP address (layer3) becomes involved, it is able to route the traffic based off the route table.
If you have a printer in VLAN 1 and require 50 VLAN to see this but you require the printer to be on a layer 2 VLAN the printer would need a routed interface (default gateway) where it send reply to the requests. Otherwise, only devices on the same subnet will communicate to this printer.
As for DHCP, this switch only supports 8 DHCP pools. If you require more, I'd recommend either use something like Windows Server or Unix Server to get the desired result if you do not wish to purchase different network equipment that can handle so many DHCP pools.
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