I need to split my network into 4 vlans (1 per building on campus). I currently use the 3060 Pro as my dhcp server located in my admin building for everyone, all switches are Cisco. Anyone have an idea how to config dhcp so that the outlying vlans will still be able to get their ip addresses, since broadcasting will be blocked??
You should be able to configure the Cisco switches to forward DHCP requests while NOT forwarding the other broadcasts.
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