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f.boldori

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Hello,
i have this problem: on a remote site e need to implement VLAN (and here nothing new) but i need to use an existing win 2012 r2 dhcp server.
On our main site i have an Layer 3 switch for main switching and on that i can set ip helper address to help host on vlans to get the IP from the main dhcp server.

I didn't see an option like that in kerio. Any hint?
Thank you
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f.boldori

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Maybe it's something that could be done with a custom firewall rule?
No one?
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merc

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Kerio control It not support IP helper. I do not understand why they do not.
I set the issues, with my switch it support the IP helper
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f.boldori

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Yes i need to change my switch too... Why on earth they cannot provide a dhcp relay option? Come on...
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