I'm trying to get the DHCP server to work on Cisco IOS. The IOS is 12.2(25)SEE2) running on a Catalyst 3750 switch. (We usually us Microsoft DHCP.)
I have a test Vlan (VLAN99) defined. When I assign a static address (10.67.99.1) to my workstation, I'm able to get everywhere I need to, so the VLAN seems to be set up correctly. But when I set my nic to use DHCP, I get the default 169.x.x.x address. It's behaving like the port is on the wrong vlan, but it's the same port that works fine with a static address.
Here's how I have DHCP configured on the Cisco IOS.
ip dhcp pool RESTRICT
network 10.67.99.0 255.255.255.0
The client is Windows XP SP3.
I'm beginning to wonder if there's something in our Active Directory GPO that only allows us to accept IP addresses from DHCP servers already registered in AD??