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DHCP Scope VLAN

Posted on 2009-07-07
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I have a Windows DCHP 2003. I have 2 vlan on my network, and I would like to use the same dhcp server.

I have create a dhcp relay on my vlan 2. DHCP is on vlan 1. The cisco swicth port have trunk and connect on dhcp.

The probleme is my dhcp, dont give the correct subnet.

Scope 1:192.168.111.X
Scope 2 : 192.168.200.X

Ip on my windows server : 192.168.111.2 and 192.168.200.2

The client receive 192.168.111.x on vlan 2, but i want to give to the client 192.168.200.x

Can help me!

Thank's

John
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What is your dhcp helper address?
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