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2 Scopes on DHCP

By k4k ·
how do i configure 2 different DHCP Scopes on WIN NT DHCP server.

i have 2 segments on LAN first segments has 60 computers & 2 segment has 50 computers. the IP address range for 1st segment should be 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.60 ( Say Scope 1 )

sameway i want to assign 192.168.3.1 to 192.168.3.50 to 2nd segment. (Scope2)

at the same time clients in 1st segment should not get the IP address from scope2 which is meant for 2nd Segment.

i want to assign these using DHCP how do i dothis.

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by NathanH In reply to 2 Scopes on DHCP

Before anyone can completly answer I must know:

A.) How are the subnets physically separated? (or if they are not, then B and C)
B.) Does the DHCP server have two nics or are both IP's for each subnet assigned to one NIC?
C.) What are you usingon each subnet to route packets to the proper locations?

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by mcoya In reply to 2 Scopes on DHCP

i hate to be critical but what is the purpose? That doesn't sound like a very effective network design. Unless you have them on two different VLANS. Or two subnets with 2 DHCP Servers you are not going to get the effect I think you want.
Give more information and we can offer a better solution

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by aaintesa In reply to 2 Scopes on DHCP

Hi

Do u have a router in between this 2 LANS. Do u have 2 NIC in the DNCP Server? If you do then u can use the network address to separate them. One card will belong to the 192.168.3.x network and the other will belong to the 192.168.1.x network.Then the computers in the different netowkr will be given the IP Address of the card belonging to their network.

Then you create 2 scopes in the DNS for them.

Pls let me know if this helps or you need more.

Thanks

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by scottdo10 In reply to 2 Scopes on DHCP

If your subnets are seperated by a router(Cisco in this example), just create your two scopes and then add the 'ip helper-address (DHCP server address)' on the interface of the router that is not directly connected to the DHCP server. No need for two NIC's.
More info would help though.

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