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DHCP snooping

Hello

i want to implement DHCP snooping and below are the commands, can any body confirm that i am on the correct path of configuration, or else anybody can route me to the configuration example.

 

too enable globally

Switch(config)# ip dhcp snooping

 

to enable on specific user vlans

Switch(config)# ip dhcp snooping vlan 10 100

 

DHCP server interface on the switch

Switch(config-if)# ip dhcp snooping trust

 

To detect a fake DHCP in vlan 10,100

Switch(config)# ip dhcp snooping detect spurious vlan 10,100

 

Time interval for detecting suprios DHCP server

Switch(config)# ip dhcp snooping detect spurious interval 50     

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Hello1) requires to active ip

Hello

1) requires to active ip dhcp snooping the ip dhscp snooping vlan xx - Completed
2) if applied to one switch with uplinks switches, then the uplink switch will require snooping enabled also and its trunk links trusted  ONLY if the dhcp server is originating from the uplink switch.- Completed 

3) if dhcp server is attached to the same switch as the snooping database then just trust
 the interface where the server is situated - Completed


FYI - As long as interfaces are trusted the snooping database does nothing else.
It listens on the the untrsuted ports and snoops the ip & macs.

Snooping database WILL NOT be populated with exisitng clients,
it will populate next time dhcp renews

 

res

Paul

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Dear PaulDo i require a below

Dear Paul

Do i require a below command and what exactly it does, i have read but not pretty sure.

Switch(config)# ip dhcp snooping information option

thanks

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