Cisco Firewall :: DHCP Scope Limitations For ASA5505

Feb 22, 2013

I have a ASA5505 that i have running asdm 6.4 on it and have tried setting up some DHCP scopes for the interfaces.I have the security plus key.I set up 4 interfaces all with different subnets and all with different DHCP being doled out by the firewall for the time being.Anyway, 3 of the 4 work.I have tried to change interfaces wondering if there was an issue with that phy device.I tried enableing the subnet that would not work first and it didnt matter still would not issue dhcp.the other 3 work fine.Is there a limitation to the amount of scopes that will issue dhcp for an asa5505 ?

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hostname Firewall

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Cisco ASA 5505 - >Inernal LAN switch.
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