I need to configure the RVS4000 as a DHCP relay agent and I'm getting a bit confused... I have it's WAN set to 172.20.10.1 with a subnet of 255.255.0.0. I have a DHCP server on the network (Windows Server 2003) at 172.20.77.245 and have the RVS4000 configured as a DHCP Relay Agent. On that DHCP server I have a Scope for 172.20.10.0 with a subnet of 255.255.255.0 and an address pool of 172.20.10.2-172.20.10.254. The RVS4000 LAN address is 192.168.1.1. When I connect a PC to a LAN port on the RVS4000, I don't get a lease from the DHCP server. The way I understand things should work is that the DHCP server should assign an address within the 172.20.10.x scope to any client that makes a request behind the RVS4000, since the RVS4000 is within the class C subnet assigned to that scope. What am I doing wrong?