So if you configure a static IP on these hosts they work OK? ThereQuote:> Can't figure out connected hosts can't get dhcp address through an
> aironet 1200. I've tried the ip helper and ip dhcp-server commands to no
??>> Can't figure out connected hosts can't get dhcp address through
??>> an aironet 1200. I've tried the ip helper and ip dhcp-server
??>> commands to no avail.
JC> So if you configure a static IP on these hosts they work OK?
JC> There is nothing that I can think of on the AP, unless you
JC> configured it for it, that would block bootp packets. If the
JC> static IP test works ok double check that you have a scope set up
JC> correctly, and that you are permitting bootps though any
JC> access-lists. Do you have a sniffer handy?
If this access point is running VxWorks there is a bug in specific versions -
Aironet a/b/g card can't get DHCP address when connected to such AP.
With best regards,
Simple scenario - but we are not cisco gurus...
Site 1 - has NT4 server with DHCP and 10 PCs (10.1.x.x)
Site 2 - has NT4 server with DHCP and 100 PCs (10.2.x.x)
Site 1 server will be decomissioned shortly leaving NO SERVERS on site
1. (so can't use NT DHCP-RELAY agent)
Cisco 160x routers at either end in "routed configration" see subnets
I understand I can create a DHCP scope on DHCP server on site 2 for
10.1.x.x PCs and will respond with 10.1 addresses to PCs from that
site; and 10.2 addresses for local site.
But - the routers don't allow the DHCP traffic to pass.
So - questions:-
1 - how can you get DHCP to traverse a routed WAN
2 - Is my understanding of creating multiple scopes on one DHCP server
Thanks in advance!