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Block DHCP Traffic using a Windows 2003 Server Software Router

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My network is segmentaed into two subnets using a Windows 2003 software router. I have got a DHCP server in each of the subnets. My problem is clients from one subnets are optaining IP addresses from the other Subnet. I want to try and block the DHCP traffic packets from crossing my router. HOw do I go about configuring windows 2003 to block the DHCP traffic.
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Kumar_Jayant123 earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

First you need to remove the DHCP relay agent if that is configured on the Windows 2003 Router.

Aslo right click on the Router and go to properties and Uncheck the broadcast name resolution..

Kumar
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