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Re: [opensuse] DHCP server, VLAN and subnets
James Knott wrote:
Per Jessen wrote:
You're right, it works for him because he has dhcp relays in between.
You need to have dhcp dish out from a subnet depending on which
interface a request came in on. Hmmm.
That's the general idea, but for some reason the DHCP server thinks it's
OK to hand out addresses on the wrong subnet.

BTW, Cisco routers will only hand out addresses appropriate for the
subnet. In a network where VLANs are used, you can only get from one
VLAN to another via a router. This is something Cisco supports quite
well and I have also done it with Adtran routers.
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