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Having 2 DHCPs on same Network

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I have a DHCP server running on windows NT 4.0 server. It allocates addresses in the range 172.20.10.1 to 172.20.10.254 with 172.20.10.1 to 172.20.12.15 as the excluded range.  I aslo have a  Netgear DG834GT 108 Mbps Super Wireless ADSL Router. I want it to allocate ip addresses in range 172.20.12.10 to 172.20.10.15. it appears the windows Nt DHCP server takes precedence. What can i do to achieve what i want
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