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DHCP server on hp 2920

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Hello,
Im trying to set up a dhcp server  on my hp 2920 but i cant find the option of dhcp server enable..under dhcp,i only have the options below;
dhcp
dchp-relay
dhcp-snooping
dhcpv6-relay.

Kindly assist,im new to HP.
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Question by:Masawi Jane
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Hello,
Notice that there is a "dhcp-server" command at the VLAN context and a "dhcp-server enable" command at the global context.
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Hello,
did you find the command ?
When you connect to the switch you have similar prompt:
yourswitchName>
you write command "enable" and you turn into Manager context. Here type config
and you will turn Global context
yourswitchName(config)#
Here you can use "dhcp-server enable" command
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