Add a DHCP Relay

Using a DHCP relay, you can provide dynamic address allocation for clients that are not on the same subnet as the DHCP server.

DHCP relays don’t work when both client and server are reachable on the same physical interface.
  1. Go to Network > DHCP and click Add in the Relay section.
  2. Enter a name.
  3. Specify the settings.
    IP version IP version to be supported by the DHCP relay. Allocation will occur only for the type selected.
    Interface Interface to use for the DHCP server. The firewall listens for DHCP queries on the selected interface.
    DHCP server IP DHCP servers to which all packets will be forwarded. The active server will service the request. If the active server goes down, the backup server will service the request.
    Relay through IPsec Relay DHCP messages through an IPsec VPN tunnel.
    Note The firewall does not support simultaneous DHCPv6 servers and DHCPv6 relay agents.
  4. Click Save.