I'm having some trouble with my DHCP Server. It doesn't work at all and the clients are only taking IP-Addresses from 'APIPA'.
I'm using different DHCP Pools, which should be used for the different VLANs I configured.
What I've tried so far
The solution approach I tried was something with DHCP Relay & helper-address, but in my case there's only 1 Router, so that can't be it...
I wasn't quite sure how to configure de default Router on each DHCP Pool. Do I need an Default Router for every Subnet or is it in this case always the IP of the Router itself? (172.16.15.1, as I configured)
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