DHCP Snooping

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errolngrant
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DHCP Snooping

Does this comes automatically enabled or is this something that needs to be turned on?  Have not found any steps but see that it is a feature of the product.

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GIdenJoe
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It is enabled by default but it does not take a blocking action until you explicitly block a server MAC address or you put the default policy to block.

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Ray_L
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Hello!

 

Though not mentioned as DHCP Snooping, the MS devices do display DHCP communication observed across L2.

 

More info can be found on these two KB:

https://documentation.meraki.com/MS/Monitoring_and_Reporting/MS_DHCP_Servers#Detected_DHCP_Servers

https://documentation.meraki.com/MX/DHCP/Tracking_Down_Rogue_DHCP_Servers#Cisco_Meraki_Switches_(MS)

DarrenOC
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hi @errolngrant - not much you can do here with regards DHCP snooping except block rogue DHCP servers off the network:

 

MS DHCP Servers - Cisco Meraki

Darren OConnor | doconnor@resalire.co.uk
https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrenoconnor/

I'm not an employee of Cisco/Meraki. My posts are based on Meraki best practice and what has worked for me in the field.
GIdenJoe
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It is enabled by default but it does not take a blocking action until you explicitly block a server MAC address or you put the default policy to block.

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