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Hi Experts,

I have configured DHCP relay on a wireless management device so wireless clients get IP address from our DHCP server which sites on a different subnet. I have configured a superscope with both IP ranges but it doesn't work. What do I have to do on the Windows box to enable two scopes to work - one for wired network and one for wireless network? I assumed the wireless device would broadcast and the DHCP relay would answer with an address from the scope that related to the interface sending the request?

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by:Freya28
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for both scopes   make sure you have the correct router option set.
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by:Ciderspine
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Routers are correct.

Is it correct to create a superscope or should I have just created two scopes?
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i always create 2 separate scopes.  superscopes shouldnt be a problem,  but i have always had issues wth them.
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by:Ciderspine
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So I have two separate scopes configured for two separate subnets. Both scopes are activated, I have DHCP relay on wireless management device which sites between both pysical subnets (wireless subnet and subnet of DHCP server) and I have one IP address on the DHCP server's network interface - the IP for the scope on its subnet (do I need another IP on the interface for the wireless scope?) Can you think of anything I have missed?

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by:Freya28
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no that seems to be it.
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OK, thanks. I'll try it again tomorrow with a fresh head and update with results.
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