Hello, we have a client who has set up an apple airport base station. It is broadcasting network wide that it is offering dhcp (thereby creating a rouge dhcp server apparently). I want to stop it or filter it. I want to either a: tell the client admin how to stop it, or b: prevent it from broadcasting dhcp info, without preventing the airport from recieving dhcp info from the authoratative source.
Unfortunately I will not have access to this machine, and do not want to tell the admin to fix it himself without any info or give him any trouble. I want to provide the process for him to do if possible.
My network consists of multiple clients, multiple o/s's, and varying modes of access to the network. This particular network (the exterior side, my side) has a cisco router in charge of dhcp, Nat, and acting as the gateway and there are switches but they are not intelligent. We do have the ability to filter TCP/IP traffic from and too the client network but only in a limited manner, all traffic for a port either in or out.
The apple airport base station is about 4 years old, I have the serial number, eth id, airport id, and model number.
Any info on obtaining manuals or on the process of restricting dhcp on the airport to only the internal network without affecting the external network dhcp would be appreciated. Points divided amongst answers till an answer is reached which resolves the question.