Blue Exclamation Point on DHCP scope

Discussion in 'Server Setup' started by Joseph, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. Joseph

    Joseph Guest

    Hello,
    I have a Windows 2003 standard edition. I created a second new subnet for a
    few clients I want to provide IP informatio thru a vpn tunnel to the central
    office.
    After creating the scope, there is a blue exclamation point over the
    described ip subnet. What does this mean. I double check to ensure that the
    DHCP server services are already authorized. TIA.
    Joe
     
    Joseph, Mar 27, 2007
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  2. IIRC, that means there are no addresses available to lease out.

    Mike
     
    Special Access, Mar 28, 2007
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  3. Joseph

    James P Guest

    This typically means the IP addresses in your scope have been exhausted.



    Joseph wrote:

    Blue Exclamation Point on DHCP scope
    27-Mar-07

    Hello
    I have a Windows 2003 standard edition. I created a second new subnet for a
    few clients I want to provide IP informatio thru a vpn tunnel to the central
    office
    After creating the scope, there is a blue exclamation point over the
    described ip subnet. What does this mean. I double check to ensure that the
    DHCP server services are already authorized. TIA
    Joe

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    James P, Oct 7, 2009
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  4. Hello James,

    You should really check the dates from posting you are replying to. 2007
    is to old that someone will chekc them again.

    Best regards

    Meinolf Weber
     
    Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS], Oct 8, 2009
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  5. Joseph

    Phil Angus Guest

    With all due respect I disagree. Replies can be very useful for other people
    searching for answers to queries. I am often frustrated that people don't
    reply to threads with solutions, or people don't reply to let others know
    something is resolved and what it was that resolved it. :)
     
    Phil Angus, Dec 16, 2009
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    I agree 100%! Signed up just to say that. I hate dead end threads. Such a waste of time when you read through several posts just to find no reply or answer, or even worse an incomplete or vague answer.
     
    jlong, May 14, 2011
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    Yes this is old but I found this doing a google search for those of you that find this here was the answer to my solution. I made the mistake of adding the entire scope as an exclusion to the range. Take a look at your exclutions to see if all IP are not allowed.
     
    No Box, Jul 2, 2012
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