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    Configuring DHCP Snooping for DHCP Relay Agent

    DHCP relay agent uses a two-part configuration to determine how to handle DHCP snooped packets. First, you enable or disable snooping support for DHCP relay agent and, optionally, override the default snooping configuration. Then you configure the forwarding action for snooped clients, which specifies whether DHCP relay agent forwards or drops snooped traffic.

    To configure DHCP snooping for DHCP relay agent:

    1. (DHCPv4 and DHCPv6) Enable or disable DHCP snooping. You can configure DHCP snooping globally, for a named group of interfaces, or for a specific interface.

      See Enabling and Disabling DHCP Snooped Packets Support for DHCP Relay Agent.

    2. (DHCPv4 only) Configure snooped packets forwarding support.

      See Configuring DHCP Snooped Packets Forwarding Support for DHCP Relay Agent.

    Modified: 2014-09-06