adding an addtional subnet to a 2003 AD domain.

I have two physical sites with the following IP Schemes setup.

SiteA: 10.1.1.0/24
SiteB: 10.1.2.0/24

I need to create an additional subnet(10.1.4.0/24) at SiteA

 I have setup the routes and i am able to ping 10.1.4.0 from both subnets, but do i need to do anything in AD?
victordrAsked:
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GrimmwayCommented:
Within AD Sites & Services you should create the subnet and then link the subnet to the proper site. This way AD knows which subnets belong to which sites.
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Mike KlineCommented:
Add it in sites and services, I took some screenshots from my lab

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If you wanted all of them in the same site you could use a catch all subnet   http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2009.06.subnets.aspx   Not needed in your case though.

Thanks

Mike
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