I'm having difficulty setting up DHCP on my Cisco Packet Tracer file, my clients keep getting APIPA Addresses.
I've been trying to setup DHCP on the router (for other subnets NOT this example, and I have no difficulty with this) but the issue comes when I try to setup DHCP on the Server alongside this.
I setup a 10.104.10.0/23 network, to use the VLAN 10, named CURRIC (you may notice that other subinterfaces/vlans exist but do ignore those..)
I created the Gig0/0/0.10 Sub Interface on the router, the router is setup as follows:
encap dot1q 10
default router 10.104.11.254
I have created the VLAN 10 on both of the switches between the client PCs and the server/router, along with trunking the paths between the switches and to the server and setting the port to access mode at the client, but I'm still getting APIPA Addresses on my clients - can anyone assist?
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