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Two scopes in one Superscope

By neoklis ·
Hi guys,

I have two scopes in one Superscope with subnets 10.0.x.x and 192.168.x.x. How can I configure the DHCP to assign IPs only from 10.0.x.x as automatic and from 192.168.x.x only the ones i assign as static?

I mean when a pc is plugged on the network the IP that should be assigned to be from subnet 10.0.x.x and if i enter a static IP on the ethernet from range 192.168.x.x both of them should work.

Is there a way to do that?

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by curlergirl In reply to Two scopes in one Supersc ...

You do not need to have a DHCP scope configured if you are assigning static IP addresses. If a static IP address is assigned, the workstation will not even contact the DHCP server, so the scope serves no purpose. Disable and delete the scope for 192.168.x.x.

Hope this helps!

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by shaheerk_m In reply to Two scopes in one Supersc ...

Hi,

You can make New Exclusion Range which covers your 192.168.x.x IP addresses.
Now you can assign 192.168.x.x IP address statically in the new client.

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Shaheer

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