troubleshooting Question

Windows 2000 DHCP - how to ignore DHCP requests from certain machines that are on the same subnet

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We have a smaller isolated network that uses Windows 2000 DHCP to dish out IP to the Windows clients.  Just recently some Blade servers were brought online on the same subnet that use a PXE server to load the Linux OS.  The problem is when these Blades need to be reloaded they get confused because of the 2 DHCP servers being online.  Question: Is there anyway on the Windows 2000 DHCP settings to have it ignore requests from these Blade servers by entering their MAC address?

Thanks,
steph
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Steve Agnew
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