DHCP Super scope

i have configured  a DHCP under super scope  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
both clients pinging  and acess through ip only like \\ip 10.91.254.155 Etc..
Clients not acess through host name like \\AMITHPC
                                          \\PRAKASHPC
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

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sachinsinghAsked:
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MinoDCCommented:
but your DNS is configrue correctly

if you type in prompt :

nslookup (Enter)
PRAKASHPC


you receive the ip of the pc
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

It would be worth posting "ipconfig /all" from a client as well.

Chris
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sachinsinghAuthor Commented:
yes ip is showing the pc
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MinoDCCommented:
now if you can ping for hostname, it works?
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sachinsinghAuthor Commented:
ping host name only scope 1 Assigned the address not from scope 2 10.91.238.1 to 10.91.238.254
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

What routes between the two subnets?

Chris
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sachinsinghAuthor Commented:
router routes between the two subnets

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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

This works regardless of subnet?

nslookup SomeComputer

And does this?

ping SomeComputer

And if they do, what error message do you see when you run:

\\SomeComputer

Finally, have you implemented any access rules between the two subnets?

Chris
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sachinsinghAuthor Commented:
no
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

No to which? You're going to have to provide a bit more than one word responses if you expect us to be able to help. Otherwise this is a pointless activity.

Chris
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sachinsinghAuthor Commented:
it partially problem solved
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