what is the process for setting up dhcp to support multiple vlans with different scopes.
at present i have x1 2003 server with a 10.10.0.0/16 scope and i have just added 10.1.0.0/16 scope. i cannot test until later in the week when i can change the default gateway to be the core switch (to ensure dhcp packets can return to correct path). but does simply making the new scopes for new range allow this to function
for example vlan 10 has ip of 10.1.0.254/16 so in theory any clients devices requesting an ip from this vlan should get routed to the 10.10.1.10 dhcp using the ip-helper address i setup.
also hwo does the dhcp server know which vlan the dhcp request has come from for example if say a device connected to port A1 on the switch requests an ip but is possibly untagged on vlan1, tagged vlan 10, tagged vlan 20. how will it know that say the desired ip address is for the scope/range which vlan 10 is on?