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DHCP Server on GSM 7224 Layer 2/3 Switch - How to Configure

Posted on 2013-06-17
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I have filled up all the details through the web gui and Enabled the DHCP server on the switch. The LAN used is VLAN1. I also tried using VLAN 200. Nothing happens. Where Am I going wrong. THe dhcp pool config is attached.

DHCP Pool config
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Are there other switches on the network?  If so, they will need IP helper addresses configured to point traffic to this switch.  Also, if you set a static IP on a PC, can it then ping the switch that has DHCP running?
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I had it figured. The DHCP server started working. there was another DHCP server on WIN 2008 which I had to remove the role off and the DHCP on Netgear started to work. Thanks
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I figured out this after search on the net.
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