I have a pretty straight forward network, however I am using routing-instances (set as virtual router) to route vlans through a central firewall. As such, I need all of my data vlan clients to be able to get DHCP addresses from my server vlan. On cisco this was incredibly easy and is as simple as setting ip helper address on each vlan SVI and it just works.
Comparitively, on this EX4600 it appears that there are a TON of dhcp options and configurations. All I really need to do is make sure clients can get an IP from my windows server. I just want to be sure I don't miss anything:
I see the KB article, but DHCP is already working without the forward-only option set in the config. All I have done is added the DHCP info to the routing instance as shown, no other options are set.
I am more so wondering if there is anything else that is best practice to set and also what the forward-only and forward-only-replies options are doing. Obviously, my config (at least in my limited testing is working) but maybe I should be including the forward-only options? I would like to make sure config is good before rolling into production