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NEXUS 5K DHCP Relay Setup

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I am somewhat new to Nexus and am running version 5.0(2)N2(1) on a 5020 and need to get DHCP relay setup on several VLANs.  The 'ip helper' does not appear to be supported in NXOS.  This Nexus is doing switching only.

What I am needing to do is on VLAN 11, I want to send all DHCP requests to 172.16.10.7.

Can someone help me out, mostly likely I am just missing one step?  Thanks so much.
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Since the 5020 is a layer 2 switch, you need to move this function off to a router of some sort. You won't be able to accomplish this on the 5020 directly.
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My VLAN assignment on my L3 switch has the helper option.  Will have to give that a try and see if it works.  Thanks...
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rauenpc, thanks for the input, I was missing the actual location the helper did it work. It is all working.  Thanks again!  Have a great day.
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