we have a small network with an RB751U-2HnD as router.
eth4 is a has VLAN sub interfaces configured to it and it links to port 1 of the the first switch sw-core.
The servers are on VID 1000 (IP: 192.168.180.0/26). The workstations are on VID 1100 (IP: 192.168.181.0/24). And there's a management network VID 1001 (IP: 192.168.180.64/26).
The router is configured as DHCP relay on all VLANs but the server VLAN (VID 1000).
There's a Windows Server 2012 R2 is acting as DHCP server and so far hands out addresses to hosts connected to VID 1000.
DHCP requests from the other VLANs make it to the router but don't seem to get forwarded to the server.
The big question is: where did I go wrong? Is it because of the switch chip? Or is there something else that I've been missing.
The network L1/L2 diagram is attached.
/ip dhcp-relay add dhcp-server=192.168.180.3 disabled=no interface=vlManagement local-address=\ 192.168.180.126 name=relayManagement add delay-threshold=3s dhcp-server=192.168.180.3 disabled=no interface=vlPCs \ local-address=192.168.181.254 name=relayPCs
/ip address add address=192.168.180.62/26 interface=brServers network=192.168.180.0 add address=192.168.181.254/24 interface=vlPCs network=192.168.181.0 add address=192.168.180.126/26 interface=vlManagement network=192.168.180.64
add interface=eth4 l2mtu=1594 name=vlManagement vlan-id=1001 add interface=eth4 l2mtu=1594 name=vlPCs vlan-id=1100 add interface=eth4 l2mtu=1594 name=vlServers vlan-id=1000