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Automatic DHCP not working


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#1 Box In A Bag

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Posted 21 November 2008 - 05:38 PM

Here is the situation.


We have a router that is not assigning DHCP address. IF we goto the 2626 switch before the verizon routers than we can get a DHCP address. This is the last place before we hit the verizon routers, I than bypass the verizon router and go to the 2626 and CANNOT get an automatic DHCP address. So that leads me to believe there is an issue within the verizon routers or at the DHCP server. However Verizon says it is not their router, it is either in our configuration or the DHCP server. So we got a hold of someone to goto the DHCP server and we began sniffing packets with wireshark. I than got a reply saying that the DHCP requests reach our pots-srv, however there is not a response, so they believe it is within our network somewhere.

It may be possible since it is going through the router and reaching our pots-srv that it is within the PMG (managment console) but we are going to be looking into the situation and checking our server configurations, so my question to you all is....


any suggestions??? lol
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Posted 25 November 2008 - 02:08 PM

..... well the problem is fixed, it is a configuration error through the management console, the router was not setup as a satellite, therefore it did not see the switch. So I setup the satellite and gave it a ip scheme and synchronized everything together and waited a day and sure enough it was ready to go.

incase anyone cared...............
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