How do you setup the equivalent of Cisco DHCPD on an Trusted Layer 3 interface

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How do you setup the equivalent of Cisco DHCPD on an Trusted Layer 3 interface

How do you setup the equivalent of Cisco DHCPD on an Trusted Layer 3 interface of a Palo Alto Appliance

We have remote Cisco VPN  sites we are looking at converting to Palo Alto VPN Sites

I need to be able to assign IP addresses to workstations at Remote sites even if there is no connection to the Far end of the Site to Site connection.

L7 Applicator

Re: How do you setup the equivalent of Cisco DHCPD on an Trusted Layer 3 interface

Few related discussion on the forum, it might help you.

Dhcp

How To Configure DHCP Server in PAN-OS 4.1

How to Configure a DHCP Relay on Palo Alto Networks Firewall

CLI Commands to troubleshoot DHCP

How to Check the DHCP logs?

You may share your network diagram here for better understanding.

Thanks

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