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By Navjun ·
We have a win 2k domain with one server that is the PDC. we have dsl and about 25 PCs . What i need to do is to set the dhcp to give the DNS of the ineternet to some PCs and not the other PCs by my choice. since we are using proxy for the studensts and we would like to cut them off totaly for the net. but we still need to be on the same scope. (win 2k does not let me creat a second scope with the same mask even that i'm using differnet set of adreess but in the same range. please help
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by Navjun In reply to win 2k domain DNS

Point value changed by question poster.

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by BeerMonster In reply to win 2k domain DNS

Hi,
When you say you are using proxy, I take it you mean you are using proxy server? If so, Proxy server is designed to allow you to restrict who can access the Internet. Info will be in the proxy server help files (RTFM).

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by Navjun In reply to win 2k domain DNS

NO i use norton internet security for the students that acts like a proxy server and the staff are open to use internet regulary. what i want to do is to block all the other ports to the internet for the students or even just not give them the dns adddress of the intrenet since they don't need it b/c they are using proxy.
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by kmcniff In reply to win 2k domain DNS

In DHCP you can configure different options for machines in the same scope by using the Vendor or User Class.
In DHCP Manager snapin, you can define a class by right clicking on the DHCP server and selecting Define User Class or Define Vendor Class. When you make the selection, (let's say User Class) Give the class a name (Student) under Display name. Give this a description, then under the last window, click under ASCII and type the display name here, it will give the Hex name in the center field (Binary)automatically. Click OK then Close.

Once the class has been defined, you can select the DHCP options for each class by doing thee following on the DHCP server:

Under the Scope, Right click on the Scope Options, and select Configure Options. This will bring up the scope options window that has two tabs. The first tab is General, this is where you can define the specific options to be given out by the DHCP server, the Advanced tab is where you would select the Class to assignthese options to. Under the Class pulldowns select the class that you created earlier (either Vendor or User)to apply this scope to that class.

Next you will have to go to the workstations that you want to assign these class specific options to and at the command prompt type:
ipconfig /setclassid Student
(I used Student as this is what I used in the above examples).
After this type:
ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew

Verify the settings by typing:
ipconfig /all

Do the same thing for each diferent class of options that you want to give. Remember that the options that were set when you first configured the DHCP server are for the Default Vendor and User classes, and will be assigned to all machines that do not have a valid classID or have no classID set.

I hope this helps.

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by Navjun In reply to win 2k domain DNS

exactly what i wanted
thank you

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