Hey Experts! I haven't had to do this before so before I jump in with both feet, I wanted to make sure I asked the experts what I'm getting into.
One of our existing Windows 2003 servers has the DHCP role and manages the IP range of 172.24.80/81. The state has issued us a second range so we can add a new VLAN. Without getting into the politics of the matter, the new range is 10.43.58/59. This new range will be used by the desktops in the desktop VLAN and should pull from the 10.x IP range.
What changes do I make to the existing DHCP scope? How do I get the desktops to pull from the 10.x range and not the 172.x? I may be over thinking this but I figured I would ask the dumb questions now rather than when things start crashing.
Another option would be (if you are using layer 3 switching) is to add a helper address to that VLAN and have it point to the ip number of your DHCP server. Once this is done, just create the new scope
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