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3 weeks ago
Re:ER7206 does not use broadcast at T2 to extend its IP address lease
@MisterW "The relay server doesnt need a publicly routable IP " Of course, it doesn't. A DHCP relay is never addressed directly by DHCP clients. I actually use a DHCP relay on my LAN since I do...
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3 weeks ago
Re:ER7206 does not use broadcast at T2 to extend its IP address lease
So, I dusted off the router I had received from my ISP and replaced ER7206 with it. I set up a packet capture for DHCP again and guess what? That router behaves the same as ER7206. The only...
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3 weeks ago
Re:ER7206 does not use broadcast at T2 to extend its IP address lease
@MisterW Re. 1) It is clear to me that my ISP has no intention to handle unicast DHCP requests. That doesn't seem to be something unheard of. The IP address of its relay or server is not even a...
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3 weeks ago
ER7206 does not use broadcast at T2 to extend its IP address lease
There is a lot of 'SHOULD' and 'MAY' in the DHCP standard (RFC 2131) which may make the interaction between a DHCP server and its clients challenging. A DHCP server should, but may not, provide...
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3 weeks ago
Re:Two-Switch Redundancy using LACP 802.3ad for devices and LAG between switches
@ticedoff8 Is my understanding of your configuration correct? 1. You defined a LAG link between the two switches, but you connected the switches with just one cable. 2. You bound two NAS interfaces...
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2024-05-09 13:41:08
Re:VLAN configuration for Home network on SG2210P
@Aa_Bee_Cee Configure a LAG with VLANs the same way as you would do it to a port. There are 8 LAGs available. Just pick one. Then add ports to it. Select LACP on both sides of the LAG link.
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