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May 9, 2013

Windows Server 2008 R2 has two DHCP scopes 192.168.1.x (for data) and 192.168.2.x (for VOIP). The Catalyst 2960-S has Vlan1 for the Data V LAN and V lan 2 for the VOIP network. How do I setup DHCP relay for Vlan2 to get their IPs from the scope on the Windows server?
 
Used to doing ip helper-address x.x.x.x in other Catalyst switches, but not available here.

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Nov 11, 2012

I have some DHCP trouble since I subnetted my network with a 2921. My clinets are in 172.16.2.0/23 and DHCP servers are in 172.16.5.0/24.Sometimes, randomly I guess, I get NACK from my DHCP server, and if I look into DHCP logs I got something like this:
 
15,11/09/12,09:52:27,NACK,172.16.3.172,switchE51D12.host.com,A0CF5BE51D12,,0,6,,,,,,,,
15,11/09/12,09:52:28,NACK,172.16.3.172,switchE51D12.host.com,A0CF5BE51D12,,0,6,,,,,,,,
15,11/09/12,09:52:29,NACK,172.16.3.172,switchE51D12.host.com,A0CF5BE51D12,,0,6,,,,,,,,

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Router1 
ip vrf dhcp_dns
rd 8:1
 int gi0/0
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I know if a h3c router , how to set this configuration n svi configuration : dhcp relay security address-check enable )
the how to configure on a cisco 3560 ?

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2. Both switches have VLAN 20 and VLAN 1 on their database and both are active. BTW, after I figure out how to properly configure interVLAN routing the native VLAN 1 will not be used anymore. This is just an initial test.

3. VLAN 20 SVI interface (IP 192.168.20.200) on 3750 is up and can be pinged from catalyst 2960.

4. VLAN 1 SVI interface (IP 192.168.170.200) on 3750 is up and also can be pinged from Catalyst  2960.

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6.  IP route enabled on 3750

7. Trunking is enabled on etherchannel connecting both 3750 and 2960

8. Client computer in VLAN 20 (connected to 2960) can ping VLAN 20 SVI interface 192.168.20.200 on switch 3560.But, the client computer in VLAN 20 can not reach any computer in VLAN 1 and vice versa. Strangely, the switches which these computers are connected to can ping each other or any connected client copmuters without any problem as described above.

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I have a data center with virtual desktops and other shared infrastructure serving remote sites, some of which are connected to the data center with GRE over IPsec.
 
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