I have an issue where my company is expanding into a new building. The old building has an internal ip range from 192.168.8.1 - 192.168.9.254. Everything seems to work fine. They want to bring the majority of the servers, including DNS, to the new building where the internal ip range is from 192.168.23.1 - 192.168.24.254. The subnet for both locations is 255.255.248.0. The gateway for the new location is 192.168.23.1. We set up the server to do both DNS and DHCP. The DHCP ended up being a super scope that ranges from 192.168.16.1 to 23.254 on one scope and 24.1 - I think 30.254 on the other scope. We have the 23.XXX set aside for our servers, printers, cameras etc and have set the 24.XXX set for the users. I have gone into DNS and the NICs and changed the pointers and IP addresses to match the new location. My clients seem to be getting the 24.XXX address from DHCP. My issue is that they cannot access or ping anything on the 23.XXX portion of the network. The servers can ping one another but not any clients and the clients cannot see the servers or anything on the 23.XXX portion of the network. What am I missing? Is it because of the super scope in DHCP?