Assigning DHCP via Dial-up to a different subnet than the DHCP relay address
Posted on 2004-04-14
Up until now, dial-in users have been using a local scope set up on a Cisco 2500 Router to assign IP addresses from a range 10.160.114.0, This has been working fine, but does not allow the assigning of other scope options which I now require.
The problem I have is that the DHCP relay on the cisco (ip-helper) is on int e0 with an IP address of 10.160.116.2 and as I understand, the DHCP relay attaches that IP address (int e0) as a marker, and the DHCP server will make the descision on which scope to assign an IP from based on the DHCP relay address, ie 10.160.116.0 range (wich works fine). Can I without changing the primary int e0 address, trick my DHCP Server (Win NT) into assigning a range from the 10.160.114.0 range.
Any pointer will be gratefully accepted, and thanks for your time.