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Question about DHCP and USER'S authorization.

Hello All,

 

1-I have configured a DHCP server for VLAN 1 , specified the network / gateway values , when i plugged my laptop into the switch port it couldn't obtain an IP , i have then configured the "interface vlan 1 " and made it up , the DHCP then worked successfully , could anyone let me know why it was mandatory to configure the interface vlan 1 for the dhcp to work? , i have then configured another vlan and interface vlan , so i managed to configure per vlan DHCP and it worked.

 

2-how can i seperate user's authorization over the switch? i want to let some users able to access the global configuration mode however other users only be able to perform the show commands.

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Re: Question about DHCP and USER'S authorization.

Hi @xZamalek ,

 

1-DHCP services is a layer 3 protocol, so it is necessary that the device that has the service configured has IP addressing.

2-Maybe this link can help you:

https://community.cisco.com/t5/switching/cisco-user-privilege/td-p/2016519

 

Regards

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Re: Question about DHCP and USER'S authorization.

Hi @xZamalek ,

 

1-DHCP services is a layer 3 protocol, so it is necessary that the device that has the service configured has IP addressing.

2-Maybe this link can help you:

https://community.cisco.com/t5/switching/cisco-user-privilege/td-p/2016519

 

Regards

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