The objective of this lab exercise is for you to learn and understand how Cisco IOS routers forward DHCP requests to remote DHCP servers.
Configuring Cisco IOS routers to forward DHCP requests to remote DHCP servers is a fundamental skill. In some cases, DHCP servers are located in a central location (such as the Headquarters) and DHCP requests from local clients need to be forwarded on to these servers. By default, Cisco IOS routers do not forward Broadcast traffic. Therefore, since DHCP requests are broadcast packets, configuration is required on the Cisco IOS devices to forward . . .
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