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We have configured DHCP on two different ports for two different networks. now suddenly client machines are getting ip address of different network.
any solution for this ?
Hi Prashant Sagvekar Thank you for contacting us.From the provided details we assume that broadcast domain of your different network is the same, you may have connected both the network in the same switch.Kindly segregate your network to resolve the issue. Please use the seprate switch for individual network.
In reply to Keyur:
Both network are already connected to different switch as they have located to different locations.
In reply to Prashant Sagvekar:
do you have a firewall rule allowing any any between the two networks?
Hi Prashant Sagvekar If DHCP broadcast requests from different network reach to DHCP scope which is configured to lease the IP to a different network, it will lease the IP.Please verify your packet flow and network connection
In reply to rfcat_vk:
We have rule to allow any service between HO network and Branch network where we have defined both networks. But this policy was created on new configuration and issue started now.
Hi Prashant Sagvekar Please create a service-based rule and block DHCP service, place this rule on top of zones which are used to communicate between HO and BO.Please refer the given link - https://community.sophos.com/kb/en-us/123579#Service-based%20routing
Please check: https://community.sophos.com/kb/en-us/123952