Re: Single interface & multiple DHCP IP Pools
Do you get along with the Max Values Matrix? Personally I've never looked up the max # of DHCP leases as it never was a topic. Several /24 or /23 is no issue I'd guess. But in your case, if you have special requirements, it helps to look it up to prevent surprises.
And of course you were right with your remark. Problem is the documentation dept. is barely keeping up with the pace in which FTNT publishes new features. They can't start with Adam and Eve. One way would be to provide a link to an external resources (like Wikipedia) - which brings some other issues with it. Or trust the users to either know what is meant or to look it up themselves. The forums is one place exactly for this.
Ede " Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!"