As VPN clients connect to the same VLANs as local users (eg. VLAN 2 - 192.168.2.0/24) I want to have the very same DHCP server serving both, otherwise it's gonna become a mess.
Note: if I configure DHCP Relay functionality and disable DHCP Proxy - local clients are served fine. If I configure DHCP Proxy (webvpn) and disable DHCP Relay VPN clients are served fine. I therefore consider setup to be correct, just the ASA limitation won't allow me to make it serve both.
Can DHCP Relay also serve VPN clients (no DHCP Proxy enabled)? did I miss something?
The only workaround for this issue is to configure the ASA itself to act as DHCP server for vpn clients. You also have the flexibility of using local pool and AAA server. Why exactly do you want to use the same DHCP server for both?
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