Spanning Tree DHCP

VTP, Portfast, Spanning Tree and all the other switch related stuff.
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Re:Spanning Tree DHCP

Post by Guest » Wed Sep 22, 2010 10:18 pm

So I unplugged the switches from each other and plugged in the DHCP server into one switch at a time and checked clients2950 Worked FIneOther 2950 Worked FIneLinksys worked FIne2960 ahhh here is the problem took like 2 min to give a dhcp address. I don see a problem in the config, the running-config is in my previous post does anyone see a problem with it? Can it be just a bad switch?

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Re:Spanning Tree DHCP

Post by Guest » Wed Sep 22, 2010 11:08 pm

  Yes the original post is incorrect .   On all "user ports "   use the interface range command to apply the following command , "switchport host" .   Then retry your test .  You have portfast turned off in your last post .

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Re:Spanning Tree DHCP

Post by Guest » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:43 am

That worked now my follow up questions are why did it work fine on the 2950s with out port fast? And my assumption with port fast is it has an affect when you startup a computer because it hasn established a link, not when you say do a repair in XP? Thanks everyone for there help this is a great board. Edit:May of spoke prematurally, Here is a quick net setup I have all my other switches plugged into the the 2960gSwitch1 --> 2950Switch2 --> 2950Switch3 --> LinksysSwitch4 --> 2960g So this fixed made dhcp faster for Switch 1,3,4 when they are all connected together. Switch 2 is still slow even though it worked fine when it was standalone. I enabled switchport host on all host ports but still didn change the slowness of DHCP when it is plugged into the 2960g any tips? Thanks again

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