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Posted on 2011-02-11
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i have created one dhcp super scope as
scope 1 ip address    10.91.254.1----10.91.254.255
              subnet mask  255.255.255.0
              gateway        10.91.254.1

scope 2 ip address     10.91.238.1--------10.91.238.255
              subnet mash  255.255.0
              gateway         10.91.238.1

Having windows server 2003 after migrated from Win NT .only one lan card installed in the server and single domain name (not fully quilified name )
clint pc not interconnected /access between both scopes ip
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both clients pinging  and acess through ip only like \\ip 10.91.254.155 Etc..
Clients not acess through host name like \\AMITHPC
                                                                   \\PRAKASHPC
and both subnet on same physical lan
Our DHCP configured as below:
Scope 1:
IP Range- 10.91.254.1 to 10.91.254.254
exclude Range- 10.91.254.1 to 10.91.254.40
Subnet - 255.255.255.0
Gateway-10.91.254.1
DNS- 10.91.254.4, 10.91.254.4
Scope 2
IP Range- 10.91.238.1 to 10.91.238.254
exclude Range- 10.91.238.1 to 10.91.238.40
Subnet - 255.255.255.0
Gateway-10.91.238.1
DNS- 10.91.254.4, 10.91.254.4
And both subnet on same physical LAN AND
Having windows server 2003 after migrated from Win NT and single domain name (not fully quilified name ) as     abc.domain

in dns forward lookupzone  A record for 10.91.238.0 to 10.91.238..254  ip not update dynamically .
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by:sachinsingh
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pls help
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by:cbmm
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are both subnets having the same problem? there will be no communication between two different subnets, unless you setup a static route.. preferably a persistent one  have you tried to configure one of the workstations with a static ip address with the correct dns entries? then try to ping the server using the computer name. have you tried pinging a workstation from the server?
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by:sachinsingh
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Yes I have tried pinging workstation from server end both scope is pinging properly
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is there a software firewall enabled on the server/workstation?
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by:sachinsingh
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yes problem is resolved
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