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DHCP on sub-interface

codewize
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Hello, I'm configuring a Firepower 1010 Appliance. I'm very well versed in FMC and larger boxes so the FDM is a bit new to me.
How or can I configure a DHCP server for internal clients on a sub-interface?

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Hi @codewize you need to create DHCP server relevant to sub interface network address range. check below

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/firepower-ngfw/200475-Configure-DHCP-Server-Relay-on-FTD-Using.html

Please rate this and mark as solution/answer, if this resolved your issue
Good luck
KB

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Hi @codewize you need to create DHCP server relevant to sub interface network address range. check below

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/firepower-ngfw/200475-Configure-DHCP-Server-Relay-on-FTD-Using.html

Please rate this and mark as solution/answer, if this resolved your issue
Good luck
KB

codewize
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Thank you all, I had not clicked on the twistie thing to expand my trunk interface.
The trunk itself looked 'greyed out' so I didn't think I could do anything with it. Then I decided to try again and was able to create the DHCP server required.

Thank you. FDM is so different than managing these devices with FMC

That's the most charitable description of FDM versus FMC I've read in a while. Is there any reason not to manage via FMC?

FMC is awesome but it requires licensing and some platform to either run a VM on or the dedicated box.
So at home I chose to just run the FDM deployment.

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