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Cisco switch command vs. Procurve

We have multiple VLANs in our environment. The DHCP servers are on VLAN 320, while a couple of workstations are on VLAN 646.

To allow the workstations to find a DHCP server, we use the below command on our Procurve switches:
vlan 320 
   name "VLAN320" 
   untagged A9,B1-B2,B13 
   ip address 10.0.32.1 255.255.255.192 
   tagged A3,B9-B11 
   exit
vlan 646 
   name "VLAN646" 
   ip address 10.0.64.49 255.255.255.240 
   ip helper-address 10.0.32.4 
   ip helper-address 10.0.32.3 
   tagged A3,B9-B11 
   exit 

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With Procurve switches, you can specify an "ip helper-address" command. What is the command to do the same thing on a Cisco SG-300 (28-port) switch. This is a Small Business Switch, which I believe was bought out from Linksys. So the commands differ slightly.
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asavenerCommented:
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pony10usCommented:
the commands should be the same:

   ip helper-address 10.0.32.4 
   ip helper-address 10.0.32.3 

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