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configuration steps of muliple scopes dhcp server on mac OSX v10

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how can I configure dhcp server with multiple scopes on a an apple Xserve
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Which version of OSX server do you use?

In OSX Server 10.3, you can set DHCP from Server Admin.

In OSX Server 10.2, you can create them in Server Setting -> Network (tab) -> DHCP/NetBoot.

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See page 10 of the following manual:

http://images.apple.com/server/pdfs/Network_Services.pdf
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