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Posted on 2012-04-02
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Hi I am trying to create DHCP scope for example
start Ip 192.168.200.65
End Ip 192.168.200.126

But while creating this range i get conflict Message as i have same IP Addrees assigned but not this range like
Start Ip 192.168.200.1
End Ip 192.168.200.62

So can some one help me to create this one.
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Question by:jitendra_raychura
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by:Anuroopsundd
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you can create the complete subnet for DHCP and exclude the existing ip's being used.
Start Ip 192.168.200.1
End Ip 192.168.200.255

exclude from DHCP scope ip from
Start Ip 192.168.200.1
End Ip 192.168.200.64
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by:jitendra_raychura
ID: 37798858
But this both are different Site
And when i try to Add Exclusion
such as
192.168.200.64
192.168.200.126
but when i try to do that
i got error Ip Address range is not a subset of the overall range
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by:Anuroopsundd
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what is the subnet mask you are having. i thought you are having Subnet mask of 255.255.255.0
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by:jitendra_raychura
ID: 37798875
yes you are right it's 255.255.255.0
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by:Anuroopsundd
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So just to confirm.
you have DHCP scope from 192.168.200.1 to 192.168.200.254

then to exclude use below steps
1.Click Address Pool. Right-click Address Pool, and then click New Exclusion Range. The Add Exclusion dialog box opens.

2.In Add Exclusion, in Start IP Address, type the IP address that is the first IP address in the exclusion range.

3.In Add Exclusion, in End IP Address, type the IP address that is the last IP address in the exclusion range, and then click Add.
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here is a nice screenshot for configuration of DHCP with exclusion.. can you check and see if it helps
http://www.trainsignal.com/blog/configure-dhcp-on-windows-server-2008
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by:jitendra_raychura
ID: 37798898
no i have 3 DHCP server
1 is having range from 192.168.200.16 - 192.168.200.32
2 DHCP server has 192.168.200.33 - 192.168.200.63
3 DR DHCP has 192.168.200.16 - 192.168.200.63
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by:Anuroopsundd
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so in 2nd DHCP you can change ip range scope to
192.168.200.33 - 192.168.200.126
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by:jitendra_raychura
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no i can't as it's different site
so it has different router ip address
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by:Anuroopsundd
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but you have same subnet. how will it make the difference. you may need to do subnetting on your network.

what is the ip address and subnet mask for the routers?
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by:jitendra_raychura
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Thanks Anuroop,
Problem resolved Details passed on from network team was incorrect and has different subnet which resolve this issue.
thanks for you help
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