How can I create a DHCP server in ZeroShell 3.9.0 for multiple subnets?

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    Andrea Querci
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    I really don’t understand how to configure ZeroShell to work as a DHCP server for multiple subnets spreaded in my network. I don’t want to use it as a local DHCP server for a specific subnet! in my environment it should be a remote DHCP server. the DHCP requests for each VLANs will be forwarded by my Cisco switches toward ZeroShell via a feature called “ip helper-address”.

    how can I implement this concept in ZeroShell? How can I create a DHCP server for each subnets placed my networks? In the DHCP section, It seems that I can activate a DHCP server only for the subnets directly connected in ZeroShell:

    http://www.imagebam.com/image/4b36851193775094

    it means to use ZeroShell as a local DHCP server, but I dont want to use it in this way! in fact if I try to create a new DHCP subnet (for example 192.168.10.0/24) the DHCP service doesn’t start:

    http://www.imagebam.com/image/d8a3831193785164

    How can I solve this issue? is it possibile to use ZeroShell as a remote DHCP server for multiple subnets/VLANs?

    #65105

    Andrea Querci
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    can developers give me an answer please? probably the DHCP service is not still completed in ZeroShell. when we can see a full DHCP feature in ZeroShell? i’ll wait for an official answer.

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