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"Please note that the largest DHCP pool an MX will serve, even on a VLAN configured with a larger subnet, is equivalent in size to a /19 subnet."




I used to be able to set the DNS without that message, however now it's complaining that I have to DECREASE my subnet size in order to proceed. 


Is there a way around this without shrinking my subnet sizze? I really don't want to do that. 

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Kind of a big deal
Kind of a big deal

Decrease it to a /19.  Everything you have mentioned will fit into it.


ps. You have a terrible network design if this is required.  The best "fix" would be to design it properly.

What would the differences be in how of acts?


And I have to have it this way. I do not want to have to do what I indicated above for my product testing. If I went down to /24 it would be a royal pain. 


Also stuff needs to be on the same subnet/VLAN as my main because I often test media related stuff. I don't want to have to go with complex routing. 




Is this why using the alternate DNS isn't working, though.. ? 


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