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DHCP snooping Cisco 6500 configuration

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Hi there!

I'm about to configure a Cisco 6500 with DHCP snooping, and would like some enlightment about how to set up for just one trusted port, for one DHCP server only. I'm afraid I'll limit other kinds of offers from the entire network.  Any tips to make it easily and without issues?
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I was just looking for some confirmation. Thanks for your help!
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