I have a question. I want to know what steps I need to take to 1. Have the router hand out DHCP instead of the domain controller and 2. How to add additional available IP Addresses.
My current setup is this: I have a windows 2003 DC which is configured as the DHCP server also. I want to instead have my router/firewall hand out DHCP. What changes are needed to do this. I know how to turn off DHCP on the DC and turn it on on the router, but what do I need to do in DHCP on the router so that clients that need to authenticate to the DC can reach it? Do I need to put the DNS entries as the DC IP address and the secondary as the IP of the router?
And how do I create an additional subnet to allow for more than the ip addresses in the original DHCP range? I see on the router where I can create additional subnets but how do I make sure that the client computers that need to reach the DC can do so. Does something have to be configured on that end as well?