I am trying to setup different VLANs and in the Management VLAN (1) there is my DHCP Server (Windows 2008R2).
I created a nw scope, matching to the IP Subnet on the target VLAN (for example 192.168.50.1-199)
In the Switch I created a VLAN with Tag 50 and gave the Switch an IP 192.168.50.254 within this VLAN.
I enabled DHCP relay, entered the IP of my DHCP Server (192.168.1.1) in the management Network (Switch has also an IP in this network) and added VLAN 50 as relayed network.
Now my clients in the VLAN 50 (Ports set to be untag) becone NO IP address! When I manually set an IP (for example 192.168.50.123) I can reach the Switch with the IP 192.168.50.254.
On HP professional switches I get this scenario instantly running, there I must enter "IP helper address"...
Is this a bug or am I missing some setting?
@ChAoSWK Have you gone through the configuration guide for the 1930 for DHCP Relay and IP routing?
1930 Switch Series Management and Configuration
If you are still having issues please reach out to support.
I have received an 'engineering' release to test a fix for the DHCP Relay bug. So far so good.