Good morning experts!
I have a need to create a new superscope as an addition to an in production DHCP server. I will be doing this to use with a new VLAN I am creating for putting my wireless APs on and keeping wireless clients on the new VLAN.
Will creating a superscope onto the existing DHCP cause any down time or break in functionality of the service?
I have 3 VLANs that are each assigned to a different building (in walking distance). The buildings are connected via fiber and layer 3 switches. The switches are connected via trunk ports and all the 3 vlans are tagged on them.
Again the end goal is to have the wireless clients on their own (new) VLAN.
The APs should be on trunk ports as well if I am not mistaken.. but I am also not sure if I should tag all of the vlans on these ports too.. I guess I would need to tag all VLANs so they could reach other network segments.
Any help would be appreciated!