I would like to use the 3560 switch to be the DHCP server for both the voice and data networks. If I'm using different subnets for my voice and data, how would the switch know how to differentiate between voice and data devices?
You will then need an SVI for each VLAN (e.g. int vlan 1 and int vlan 2), and depending on which VLAN the DHCP request comes from the switch will receive it on the SVI for that VLAN. It uses the IP associated with the SVI to decide which DHCP pool to serve an IP address from.
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