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Cisco multiple DHCP pools ??

Posted on 2006-10-20
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I'm wondering is't possible to configure multiple DHCP pools to ciscos IOS     12.2(25)SG software.

I'm having multiple VLANS and would like to give every VLAN own DHCP pool, i.e.

VLAN 10  --> 10.1.10.0   /24
VLAN 20 -->  10.1.20.0   /24

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Thanks for any help

_jussi
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by:salmjuh
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No, this is not my case

First of all, I'm using 4503 with SUP II (IOS :12.2(31)SGA) and the command syntax is little bit different.

How ever, everything  should be OK:


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show running:
ip dhcp pool VLAN40
   network 10.71.40.0 255.255.255.0
   default-router 10.71.40.1
   dns-server 196.33.222.100
   domain-name foo.com
   netbios-name-server 196.33.222.100
   netbios-node-type h-node
   lease 14


Switch_2#sh ip dhcp server statistics
Memory usage         5911
Address pools        1
Database agents      0
Automatic bindings   0
Manual bindings      0
Expired bindings     0
Malformed messages   0

Message              Received
BOOTREQUEST          0
DHCPDISCOVER         2
DHCPREQUEST          13
DHCPDECLINE          0
DHCPRELEASE          0
DHCPINFORM           30

Message              Sent
BOOTREPLY            0
DHCPOFFER            0
DHCPACK              0
DHCPNAK              11
Switch_2#


Switch_2#sh dhcp server
   DHCP server: ANY (255.255.255.255)
    Leases:   0
    Offers:   0      Requests: 0     Acks: 0     Naks: 0
    Declines: 0      Releases: 0     Bad:  0


This look for me that it doesn't get any DHCP request at all ??

Buy the way, the VLAN switch is another switch, so is that the problem, ie. I need to configure to same switch bouth, VLAN and DHCP pool ???


Thanks  for any help
-Jussi

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Found it !! becuase the switch is different network subnet, I needed to expand DHCP to another VLAN by giving a command

conf t
 int vlan 40
  ip helper-address "SWITCHS IP ADDRESS"

thast it.

I remembered, that DHCH broadcast messages dount go thru subnets.


Thanks all
-Jussi
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