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How to create 2 VLANs on L3 Switch w/ External DHCP?

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How to create 2 VLANs on L3 Switch w/ External DHCP?

devdevil85
Do anyone know the commands necessary for implementing this type of scenario or even better does anyone have a sample configuration that resembles this type of setup for me to use?

My Scenario:

2 VLANs (VLAN1 & 10)
1 port belonging to VLAN10 (Port 22)
1 L3 Switch (Cisco 3560)
1 External DHCP Server (Win2003)

These are the commands that I know I need to use and have used so far w/ still no luck:

ip routing (enables L3 routing)
switchport access vlan 10 (on port 22)
switchport mode access (on port 22)
ip address 192.168.1.7 (ip add for VLAN1)
ip address 192.168.10.1 (ip add for VLAN10)
ip helper-address 192.168.1.1 (DHCP relay for VLAN10)
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.1.15 (default route)

These are the commands I have used so far. I have also created the scopes necessary for the VLAN10 subnet on the DHCP server as advised, yet when I plug in my laptop to port 22 I am unable to obtain an ip address and cannot proceed further to test communication between the VLANs w/o a network address.

What am I doing wrong/missing?

Please help as I am confused on what else to do.

A sample working configuration would really be ideal as I could compare it to my setup so far.

Thanks!
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    Churdoo

    Hopefully someone else can answer your original question.

    Another option would be to add a second NIC on the Server 2003 with a 192.168.10.0 IP and plugged into a VLAN 10 switchport. Server 2003 DHCP Service will hand out the correct scopes over the correct NIC's.

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    Hmm

    devdevil85

    Yeah I hope I don't have to do that because I was told I could do this using my exiting Hardware and not having to add anything else, but I will keep that in mind.

    Did you see any commands that I was missing or that I used incorrectly?

    Thanks churdoo!

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    robo_dev

    I think the solution is to enable dhcp option 82 in the windows box and enable dhcp snooping in the cisco box. Stay tuned, film at 11....

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    Lol

    devdevil85

    I admit defeat a while ago, why do you think I'm on here wasting your time with measily questions such as these? Lol As soon as I can I will enable option 82 and dhcp snooping on the cisco box. Thanks again for the help robo!

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    Churdoo

    Hopefully someone else can answer your original question.

    Another option would be to add a second NIC on the Server 2003 with a 192.168.10.0 IP and plugged into a VLAN 10 switchport. Server 2003 DHCP Service will hand out the correct scopes over the correct NIC's.

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    Hmm

    devdevil85

    Yeah I hope I don't have to do that because I was told I could do this using my exiting Hardware and not having to add anything else, but I will keep that in mind.

    Did you see any commands that I was missing or that I used incorrectly?

    Thanks churdoo!

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    robo_dev

    I think the solution is to enable dhcp option 82 in the windows box and enable dhcp snooping in the cisco box. Stay tuned, film at 11....

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    Lol

    devdevil85

    I admit defeat a while ago, why do you think I'm on here wasting your time with measily questions such as these? Lol As soon as I can I will enable option 82 and dhcp snooping on the cisco box. Thanks again for the help robo!