dhcp superscope questions

Discussion in 'Server Networking' started by Gianluca Bosco, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. I have a _single_ physical network, that I want
    to split into 4 different logical subnets.

    I would like to use windows 2003 server to provide the
    clients with ip configuration.

    To that end, I configured a superscope made up by 4 different

    My question is: how can I configure my dhcp server to lease each
    scope to a defined group of computer? e.g. scope only to
    computers in the 1st floor of the building, scope only to
    computers in the 2nd floor of the building etc etc.


    Gianluca Bosco, Jun 9, 2005
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  2. How exactly are you doing that without a LAN Router? without physcally
    separating the segments? without using a VLAN?
    You can't with Superscope, that isn't what they are for,...they are for
    creating Multi-Nets and in the multinet it doesn't matter which IP# the
    client gets, they just simply function on whatever subnet they happen to

    I suspect you don't want a Multi-net and therefore you shouldn't be using a
    Phillip Windell, Jun 10, 2005
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