How to add additional route add to dhcp

I have a dhcp server, and i have 2 different gateways one for internet and other for branch network, i have my internet gateways as default gateway, i want to add a route add to dhcp (what ever client wants to connect to branch network should be able to route with out any problem.
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chris_bolCommented:
Hi

You can only have one default gateway, this is where traffic that is not for the local network is sent to.  What you will have to do is add a route to one of your routers.  If you have an internal branch office address of 192.268.10.x/24 then you will need to add a route on your internet router to 192.168.10.x/24 to have the next hop as the branch office router, all other traffic will then go out throough the internet router to the internet.  It all depends on what hardware you have though as to how many routes you can add to it
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vvinojtAuthor Commented:
Actually I found the solution for this with MS DHCP Service, U can add multyple  Classless route the dhcp scope option.

This works for me.

anyway thanks for the reply.
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vvinojtAuthor Commented:
this worked for me
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