My problem is that Despite entering IP helper address RDP(DHCP and PXE) server does not work when the traffic need to forward in different IP subnets.
Here is My Case:
We have 6500 with sup 720-3b and a FWSM. FWSM working in transparent mode and it is used between MSFC and access switches. For each IP subnet I have created a pair of VLANs(one inside and one outside) that are bridged in a bridge group by FWSM. (Refer to picture in the file attached)
All of access ports are belong to the Inside VLANs.
VLAN:60 , VLAN:61 IP subnet: 10.129.60.0/24
VLAN:30, VLAN:31 IP subnet: 10.129.30.0/24
I have a RDP server plugged into VLAN 61 and it?s IP is: 10.129.60.143
And another server is plugged to VLAN 31. We need to deploy OS on this server by the way of RDP(HP rapid deployment pack) server. But I can?t. FWSM did not forward DHCP and PXE broadcast traffic. RDP server works with DHCP, PXE and MTFTP services.
VLAN 61 and 31 are not SVI(L3).
It only works when we replace the configuration of interface VLAN 60 with int vlan 61 and also int vlan 30 and int vlan 31. This means bypassing the FWSM.
I can provide further information if you need any.
I wonder If you could help me.
Here is the configuration:
description Oracle DB outside
ip address 10.129.30.1 255.255.255.0
ip helper-address 10.129.60.143
description mng out
ip address 10.129.60.1 255.255.255.0
access-list BPDU ethertype permit bpdu
access-list All-Traffic extended permit ip any any
access-group BPDU in interface db-outside
access-group BPDU out interface db-outside
access-group All-Traffic in interface db-outside
access-group All-Traffic out interface db-outside
access-group BPDU in interface db-inside
access-group BPDU out interface db-inside
access-group All-Traffic in interface db-inside
access-group All-Traffic out interface db-inside
access-group BPDU in interface mng-outside
access-group BPDU out interface mng-outside
access-group All-Traffic in interface mng-outside
access-group All-Traffic out interface mng-outside
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