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DHCP to a specific switch and or VLAN

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My goal is to have our 3com network switch hand out a specific scope I created in DHCP.   We have old 3com equipment and the documentation for it is awful.  My first idea, was to create a vlan on our core switch (a 3com 4050) and then assign the vlan an ip address.   After hours of searching i feel it can't be done.  With that said, I created a VLAN 88 on my core switch and added a port to it.  I then connected that port to an old 3300 3com switch.  I then setup a DHCP scope (on our dhcp server)  for 10.10.88.x for the new switch.  I changed the switches default management IP to 10.10.81.1, etc.

When I plug in a pc I get our normal dhcp addresses.  How can I force this switch to use the new scope?  

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