Re: 2 DHCP



Hello kbh,

You hvae to separat the networks with a router and use in each subnet the scope, needed there. What's the reason for connecting the DHCP servers together with one NIC?

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Meinolf Weber
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On Jun 15, 4:17 pm, Meinolf Weber <meiweb(nospam)@gmx.de> wrote:

Hello kbh,

In one physical LAN you can not separate the networks. The client
boots up and sends a request for DHCP address and the server first
comes, first serve. If you will use with different networks in one
physical LAN use fixed ip addresses instead of DHCP.

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On Jun 14, 7:56 pm, Meinolf Weber <meiweb(nospam)@gmx.de> wrote:

Hello kbh,

Are these 2 physical networks separated with a router or are they
all
on
the same switch? Should each of the servers provide both different
DHCP scopes?
Please clarify a bit more in detail?
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i want to put two DHCP which gives out two different series
(192.168.0.0 and 10.0.0.0) of IP to clients; there are two
domains; one is child domain; each server has got two NIC and
connected each other; (IP 192.168.1.0 servies);

the purpose is 10.0.0.0 series are lab pcs and to seperated from
the
main one
how can i got about it
how can i make two servers DHCP and lease two different series of
IP
help appreciated
there is only one switch; if require can provide 1 more switch;
there
is already a fortygate firewall in between
thanks
but each of the server cannot send different IP series (DHCP scope) if
we seperate network with a switch!



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