DHCP Multiple Routers Settings on clients automatically

Dear Experts,

I have two networks, on the following private IP Address ranges:
10.20.40.1-255 and
10.20.50.1-255 --> subnets are 255.255.255.0
Gateways are : 10.20.40.254 and 10.20.50.254 respectivly

With the DHCP Server, I wish to give the clients on the 10.20.40.1-255 subnet a second gateway to use for all destination addresses on the 10.20.50.1-255 range.  I believe this is possible within the DHCP Server options, could anybody point me to the correct settings/setup to make this possible.  (Also the reverse is true 10.20.50.1->255 should be able to access 10.20.40.1-255).

Kind Regards,

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merowingerCommented:
hi,

open dhcp -> then your scope -> right click scope options -> configure options -> and then 003 Router (this is the deafult gateway entry)

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danblakeAuthor Commented:
Perfect Answer... Thanks.
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merowingerCommented:
your welcome!!!
Thanks for the points!!!

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