I have 2 wireless routers setup on our network for customer use. These routers function as DHCP servers so everyones laptop and iPhone aren't using up my IP addresses. We also have several company computers that the customers can use that are connected via these wireless routers.
We recently switched our DC/DNS/DHCP from a server 2000 machine to a server 2008R2 machine, and since the switch, the SEP clients on these machines are unable to connect to the SEPM management server. I can ping the server from the command prompt, but thats it.
Our network DHCP runs 192.168.100.X IP addresses, but the wireless routers run 192.168.9.X.
I had other problems with the firewall blocking ports for programs that were on the domain, but was able to resolve those by creating rules.
Is there something I need to do with the firewall to let it recognize these other subnets?