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By emailsubu ·
I have configured DHCP in windows 2003 server having 9 scopes. Any mobile users moving from one scope to another scope, ip is not taking, it takes the old scope ip itself. If i give the old scope ip manually to any machine, then it takes the new ip from dhcp server.

I feel that after the lease period, the dhcp is not issuing a new ip to the particular machine

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DHCP scope

by syst3m.admin1strator In reply to DHCP

im just wondering why you have 9 scopes is it because your using the DHCP server to span multiple subnets.

if so have you made sure that you have your intermediate routers are acting as a BOOTP relay agent so they can foward the DHCP request to the DHCP server, also make sure your routing tables are setup correctly.

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DHCP Superscope

by agoodrich5 In reply to DHCP scope

Sounds like you have all 9 of your scopes within a Superscope. This will not allow the IP lease to renew within the new area - will only renew within the old scope definition.
select each scope, right click and remove from superscope. All settings will be retained, but moved out of the superscope. Release/renew the client, or just do a repair, and it should pull the right address.

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by Oz_Media In reply to DHCP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, do I get a thumb for that?

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