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Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

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Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

Hello Team,

 

I'm wondering if how can I create a DHCP Pool on a Local Lan Subnet (192.168.0.0/16.)

I want to create a DHCP Pool for 192.168.10.0/24 subnet and 192.168.20.0/24 subnet.

I know it cat be achieved using VLANs but their current setup is their using the whole 192.168.0.0/16.

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

If you just need a bigger DHCP scope why not use 192.168.10.0/23?  Very simple then.

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

You should still be fine to create the VLANs as long as DHCP isn't running for the whole 192.168.0.0/16 subnet. 

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

Hello ,

I am avoiding to use  VLAN as they do not want to put up a Segmentation and do not want to have any changes on their core switch.

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

If you just need a bigger DHCP scope why not use 192.168.10.0/23?  Very simple then.

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

Hello sir, what i need to to is to create a dhcp pool without creating vlans which is not possible in MX. I think i will be advising them to use VLANs as it is the best practice.

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Re: Create DHCP Pool on a Local Lan configuration on Meraki MX

I just wanted to add. If you're setting all MX ports to access mode on a specific VLAN, nobody knows you're using VLANs. The VLAN ids will never exit the MX when configured like that.

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