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Hi all there is problem in our net

Hi all there is problem in our net

Hi all there is problem in our net

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Hi all
there is problem in our network setup clients are on DHCP when one client get IP address same time other client also gets same IP
cant able to understand what is going on there is firewall and layer three switches is there any policy to be changed

RE: Hi all there is problem in our net

You seem to have at least two devices acting as DHCP servers and allocating IP addresses, probably from the same default address space.

IF you can run with just one DHCP server, do so.

IF you really need more than one, you must start them one at a time, and subdivide the address space, some to each.

That's about the limit of what I think I know...

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