Hi everyone. I've just installed DHCP service with Win2000 Server. I created two scopes (e.g. Scope A & Scope B). Normally, these two scopes has different range of IPs. I want to configure the DHCP to assign IPs to group of my users from Scope A & to assign another group of users from Scobe B automatically. How can I do this?
Even if you do setup one NIC for one pool and the other NIC for the other pool, you cannot determine who gets an address from which pool as long as both NIC's are plugged into the same broadcast domain.
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