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Old 12-18-2016, 11:42 PM
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To analyse the problem it would be helpful if you could post a DHCP log from the monitor application for the period where it restarts it's DHCP request.

I can think about an issue I had with DHCP. My issue was related to the fact that the Win DHCP and IPO SE DHCP are always broadcast. To prevent the broadcast traveling over the VLAN's I blocked the traffic for the voice VLAN on the WIN DHCP Server LAN Port and I blocked/frobidd all traffic on the IPO SE LAN port except the voice VLAN.

This was solving my issue, but it was not similar to yours. Maybe this can help.
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