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Windows 2003 Dual NIC Dual DHCP

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I have got a Domain Controller that is running our DHCP server for 192.168.10, we now want to setup another range 192.168.11 for our wirless devices, have created a VLAN for it. We have a 2nd Nic in the machine. What would be the next stage?
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While I generally would not have a dual homed domain controller, if you want to serve addresses only on one NIC, you can go into dhcp management and go to the properties of the dhcp server, click advanced, and manage the bindings. Otherwise, the same NIC can serve different address ranges if it is routed properly.
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Could i serve one set of ip-addresses on one NIC, and another set on another NIC? that is ideally what we would like to do.
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