DHCP server / Cisco 3560g with 1 VLAN, how to get dhcp working on second vlan

I currently have a network setup on 192.168.100.x.  I have created a second VLAN on our Cisco 3560g which i would like to have dhcp on.  How can i have my dhcp server on 192.168.100.5 hosting on 192.168.200.x?  I don't see anything for a dhcp or ip helper on the cisco?

Can it not be done?  The only thing on the cisco is an ip forwarder?

Thanks,
lgropperAsked:
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
You'll need to create a second scope of addresses on your DHCP server. Then, on the new VLAN interface of the 3560 switch, use the "ip helper-address 192.168.100.5" command to point it to the IP address of the DHCP server (assuming that 192.168.100.5 is your DHCP server).

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lgropperAuthor Commented:
perfect! thanks for the quick reply!
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