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By dhorvath ·
I have a windows 2000 server with DHCP. I have setup a superscope successfully and has been working for some time now. I needed to add another scope to the superscope because we need more ip's. I was not able to add a scope, I received a message to create another superscope. I went thru this process and created a second superscope. Everything seems to be running but the second superscope is not handing out ip's addresses to clients. I tested my scope on my router and I can get online with no problem, but the scope does not seem to be working. Any ideas why this is? Any help would be greatly appreciate.

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In superscope 1, I have 2 scopes

Orginally I have, I had to subnet this into 2 /25's for otheer reason. Now I want to add the to the superscope explained above. When I go to add this in the superscope1 the dhcp wizard won't allow me, but I can create a second superscope with just a the I didn't want to combine the 2 /25's because there already had been ip addresses used on scope. The question I have is this, With the setup I have now, does the first superscope need to use up all the ip addresses within it first, then pull from teh secondsuperscope? thanks again for the help

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