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By MAC2001 ·
I have several locations with PCs. The remote locations are connected with fractional T1 and Cisco routers. I have one centralized server location running Windows 2000 server. The remote locations need to communicate back to the centralized location. I run static IPs. How would I setup DHCP so that the remote locations could request & receive IPs?

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to DHCP over WAN

You have to enable DHCP Forwarding on the routers to allow clients to get DHCP requests.

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by harun In reply to DHCP over WAN

You can use DHPC Relay agent for DHCP client on client network server . DHCP relay agetn server must have configure connect DHCP server and have DHCP server ip adress.

Hope this helps..!

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by dave In reply to DHCP over WAN

Create your scope on the windows 2000 server centrally as normal - typically one per site.

Reconfigure your router at the remote site as follows

Conf t
ip helper-address x.x.x.x

Where x.x.x.x is the ip address of your DHCP server.

Save the config and Bob's your aunty.

Good luck

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