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I need to expand my internal IP range. Using 192.168.101.xx now and have run out of fixed and DHCP addresses. How do I increase my range on a working network without an outage?
I am using a Windows 2000 server doing DHCP and DNS in an Active Domain environment. I want to add a new 2003 Server and open my IP range to allow 192.168.102.xx and 192.168.103.xx ranges. Where do I start and can I do this without buying a router. I have a switch that is L2 and L3 but don't know much about VLANs or how to set one up. Current subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 as you might suspect. Any good suggestions for a new guy on the block?
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