troubleshooting Question

Can I change the subnet for an IP-reservation in a DHCP server

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Hi there

I have the need to create a reservation in our DHCP server that has a different subnet than the DHCP leases.

Basically a standard lease for an IP from the DHCP server will have subnet 255.255.255.0 and I need to give some PC's a reservation where the subnet is 255.255.0.0

Is this possible or would I need to do manual IP configuration on the client?

DHCP Server is Win2003 x86, Clients are a mix of XP 32 bit up to Win 7 x64.

Best regards
Panthom
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