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SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

(OP)
We presently have one static publice network. I would like to implement a second private network using dhcp. I have a cisco 2600 router with two serial and one ethernet cards. The problem is I cannot get the dhcp to clients to obtain an address. I have the default gateway set to a server 2000 rras.

RE: SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

check out the udp helper commands to pass DHCP.

Jeff

RE: SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

(OP)
the specific error is
LAN: DHCP server unreachable.
If I change the ip to static in the new network I can ping both routers. It is only when I try dhcp. I am not sure what udp helppers are.

RE: SETTING UP DHCP IN A MIXED ENVIRONMENT (NT/WK2)

(OP)
Thanks for you help,
Clarification--I am attempting to use RRAS on a windows 2000 server. Do I still need to enable dhcp relay on my cisco 2600 router.

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