I have a single DHCP server running Windows Server 2003, currently using the range 10.20.7.0/24 for clients on a single, physical network. I created a superscope and added the 10.20.8.0/24 range. I then added the additional TCP/IP address of 10.20.8.20 on the NIC of that server… and now I’m at a loss of what to do next.
I need to ensure that the DHCP server is handing out addresses for both ranges, and that traffic can pass from range to range, and also to the Internet.
I am guessing at this point, but believe I must configure our SonicWall router somehow.
I did connect a laptop to the network and assign a static 10.20.8.X address. From that computer, I can ping 10.20.8.20, which is assigned as a secondary address on the DHCP server, but that is it – I cannot ping any 10.20.7.X addresses or reach the Internet.
If it helps, the DHCP server does have a secondary NIC, which is currently disabled.
Thanks for your help.
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