I was hoping someone can help me out w/ this.\n\nI have a 2003 server dual homed w/ DNS, DHCP, and DC configured. There are\n2 locations w/ different subnets, this first location has a 192.168.0.x\nrange and the second location has a 192.168.2.x range. I want to be able to\npass traffic traffic bettwen the 2 networks including AD authentication.\nThe firewall, which is also the default gateway for the 192.168.0.x network\nhas an ip address of 192.168.0.250. I've also set up 2 scopes on the DHCP\nserver for the 2 different subnets.\n\nThe NICs are configured as the following:\n\nNIC 192.168.0.x:\nIP: 192.168.0.1\nSubnet Mask: 255.255.255.0\nDefault Gateway: 192.168.0.250 (firewall)\nDNS: 192.168.0.1\n\nNIC 192.168.2.x:\nIP: 192.168.2.1\nSubnet Mask: 255.255.255.0\nDefault Gatewat: (blank)\nDNS: 192.168.2.1\n\nAre the NICs setup correctly? The network on the 192.168.0.x range is\nperfect, everything is working excellent. I have full internet connection\nand can access network resources. The second NIC (192.168.2.x) is not giving\nout IP addresses and is having problems passing traffic (e.g. internet,\ninternal network, etc..). If I set a static ip on a workstation connected\nto the 192.168.2.x network I can ping it from the server, but can't ping\nanything from the workstation. I'm also testing it by connecting a\ncross-over cable from the 2nd nic to the workstation. Should I try using a\nswitch?