05-07-2018 11:52 AM
I'm making an assumption here. Currently my clients and servers are on the same VLAN (untagged, VLAN ID 1). I'd like to seperate them out.
The clients will sit on a new tagged VLAN, ID3 while the DHCP server (Windows) will remain on VLAN ID 1. The Windows DHCP server is sitting on one of two Hyper-V boxes, also on ID 1, both of which have a LACP configured on an EdgeSwitch. The routing is configured on a ER4.
Do I need to take any steps to verify that clients can receive a DHCP request from my Windows server on a different VLAN? If so, is the EdgeRouter or Switch the appropriate place to do this, and finally, how?
05-20-2018 11:34 AM
I cannot get this to work. While I have both the subnet IP and associated DHCP server, I cannot get an IP from the server. The DHCP server does have a subnet for the assigned address space.
I can static a client and it works just fine.
05-20-2018 11:44 AM
sudo tcpdump -ni ethX port 67
Replace ethX with the port where the dhcp-client are connected, and then try again, but declaring, in the tcpdump, the ethX where the dhcp-server is connected, what happen ?