So, this is an old issue I brought up roughly two years ago, and I still don't see an end in sight. DHCP configuration limitations inside the NGFW through FDM are still lame. The lack of these two crucial features to me is debilitating.
Cannot configure per-DHCP pool DNS servers.
Cannot configure a hybrid of DHCP pools and DHCP-Relay agents.
As a result, we left Cisco competitor firewalls at each site to continue performing DHCP duties (of which the Cisco firewalls were to replace). Now, I get it that firewalls aren't typically the solution to the DHCP challenges, but Cisco doesn't seem to realize the need for supporting these flexibilities at smaller sites where only a firewall is the router and perimeter security. While there are some other ways around these challenges, Cisco has deliberately crippled one of the most useful functions of a firewall at smaller sites where no servers exist (for security reasons, I might add).
Are there any reasonable alternatives aside from deploying a Raspberry Pi (which our security team will not allow for good reason).
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