I'm currently doing a home networking project and really confused about VLANs and DHCP IP provisioning in Pi-hole (which is doing the DHCP).
My setup right now looks like this. Virgin router > Raspberry Pi & L2 switch > 3 subnets;
- things (tv, ps4, etc.)
Everything works fine, I'm not seeing issues but when I look at the Pi-hole Dashboard > DHCP, all the assigned IP addresses appear to be in the same subnet. I mean they're all in the same IP range -- 192.168.0.201 - 251.
Is this something that's supposed to be configured in /etc/dhcpcd.conf?
How would the Raspberry Pi (or Pi-hole) even know the subnets? Do I define them by subnet names and IP ranges (and MAC addresses)?
I'm completely lost on this; could I please ask for help?