DHCP Traffic flooding network
We have just finished networking a few buildings.
All rooms in the buildings connect to a HP Procurve 2510G-24 with CAT6.
From the HP Procurve they connect the the main HP Procurve switch via fiber.
All the machine are XP SP3 and have static network configs. As soon as I connect the switches from the buildings , the network gets flooded by DHCP data triaffic. Which I was able to get from the proxy server, all connection on ports 67 and 68.
This slows down the complete network, so that none of the computer in the labs can log on to the server. On the my graphs I can see the traffic on that interface going up to 6-7 MB/s
I have a Windows 2008 R2 server and Windows 2003 SP2, the 2k3 server is the PDC.
Any ideas ?