From colin marr@21:1/5 to All on Wed Jun 8 13:07:27 2016
I have 254 Ip's using windows dhcp. 10.1.0.1-254. Windows 2008.
I would like to add more. I know that the best way of doing this is to recreate new dhcp scope and get rid of old settings.
Ok I understand that.
Couple of questions.
We have another network on this network that also distributes dhcp on 10.1.1.1-254. It is at a remote location. We have a network that connects to that remote network. People can log in via AD. on both networks and see each other on the network. We run a
database on 10.1.0.1 network but its accessible on both. The Hardware that does the dhcp on the other network is a watchgaurd firewall.
I dont know how I would set up dhcp scope on the New network. That would keep everything the same but increase the number of IP's on the 10.1.0.1 network.
Do I :
set up new dhcp 10.1.0.1-10.1.2.254 and then exclude the range 10.1.1.1-254.
Do I :
Set up two new dhcp scopes 10.1.0.1-254 and then 10.1.2.1-254.
Or something different. I know that there are superscopes but I would rather do this using the normal method.