vlan BOOTPrelay

  • 0
  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 5 years ago
  • Answered
Create Date: May 30 2012 2:06AM

I have a separate vlan vlan in 22 different vlans being created and all the range of addresses on the DHCP server and the ports necessary for the ties between the two are configured.

but after configuring the bootprelay with the server address on the router, I tried to do a test by connecting one machine on a port has added one of the vlans but there is no DHCP address recognized.

my question is: did I forget to do a configuration on the server, or router vlan?


(from ugo_gassies)
Photo of EtherNation User

EtherNation User, Employee

  • 20,340 Points 20k badge 2x thumb

Posted 5 years ago

  • 0
  • 1
Photo of EtherNation User

EtherNation User, Employee

  • 20,340 Points 20k badge 2x thumb
Create Date: May 30 2012 6:15AM

Reply with your bootprelay configurations.

(from john_padilla)
Photo of EtherNation User

EtherNation User, Employee

  • 20,340 Points 20k badge 2x thumb
Create Date: May 30 2012 6:29AM

i only add the ipaddress of the DHCP server

(from ugo_gassies)
Photo of EtherNation User

EtherNation User, Employee

  • 20,340 Points 20k badge 2x thumb
Create Date: May 30 2012 7:51AM

did you enable bootprelay on the backbone VLAN as well? When doing bootprelay you need to have it enabled on the VLAN where the requests are coming in from, i.e. the user VLAN and the VLAN that connects the switch to the rest of the network.

As John pointed out having the configs would be nice.

P

(from Paul_Russo)
Photo of EtherNation User

EtherNation User, Employee

  • 20,340 Points 20k badge 2x thumb
Create Date: May 30 2012 8:46AM

thanks ! That help me because i only forgot to enable it on the server ...





(from ugo_gassies)

This conversation is no longer open for comments or replies.