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rodrigo-haim
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DHCP Server Catalyst 3750

Hello, I have customer who has as Core Switch one Cisco Catalyst 3750 with the IOS c3750-ipbase-mz.122-35.SE5.

I know that this image support DHCP Server configuration, but I like to implementate new vlans (approx 15) and I want to know if this switch support 15 DHCP Servers.

Regards

Rodrigo Haim

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paul driver
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Hello

Wasn't aware that there was a limit on how may dhcp pools you could apply to a 3750 however saying that you may not require 15 dhcp pools - at again that depends in the ip range for each vlan.

Res
Paul


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kind regards
Paul

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There is no limit on how many DHCP pools you can create.

But there is technically speaking a limit on your hardware resources.

If you run out on RAM memory or your CPU becomes to high due the amount of DHCP pools then you've reached your 'limit'.

I shouldn't worry that much about it, the DHCP pools won't kill your CPU/RAM.

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paul driver
VIP Mentor

Hello

Wasn't aware that there was a limit on how may dhcp pools you could apply to a 3750 however saying that you may not require 15 dhcp pools - at again that depends in the ip range for each vlan.

Res
Paul


Sent from Cisco Technical Support iPad App



kind regards
Paul

Please rate and mark posts accordingly if you have found any of the information provided useful.
It will hopefully assist others with similar issues in the future

View solution in original post

There is no limit on how many DHCP pools you can create.

But there is technically speaking a limit on your hardware resources.

If you run out on RAM memory or your CPU becomes to high due the amount of DHCP pools then you've reached your 'limit'.

I shouldn't worry that much about it, the DHCP pools won't kill your CPU/RAM.

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Thank you for both answer, this answers help me.

Regards

Rodrigo