Posted on 2004-08-05
I am moving networks in my organization from a class b network to a class c, well sort of.
I have a subnet of 172.23.224.x 255.255.252.0 I need to create a dhcp scope on the higher end of the network. That is 172.23.226 and 227. The question is, do I need a superscope or just a regular scope?
I created one as follows.
range 172.23.226.1- 172 23.227-250
172.23.226.1-10 and 172.23.226.250-255
When I activated the scope and try to renew the IPs from clients. I wasn't able to receive one. However, I notice that on the dhcp server the leases were appearing. So it looks like the server was receving the ack but the clietn wasn't.
I looked at routing and ip helper address and they seem to be ok.