Hello - I just want to get some general guidance on this. We're at capacity on our 192.168.1.x /24 subnet, and are adding a 2nd subnet to our DHCP server for 192.168.2.x / 24. We've had Cisco add another VLAN to our network so that both VLANs 1& 2 can talk to each other. What I need clarity on is when adding the 2nd subnet to the DHCP server, how do I control what clients take addresses from 1 subnet as opposed to the other? Do I just statically address machines to control that? Or do I NEED to worry about that at all? Will DHCP automatically hand out addresses from the 2nd one when the 1st one gets down to 0 IPs left?
Ok so to do this right, you will need to have the users on the 192.168.2.x network to be connected to switch ports that are on vlan 2. So yes you will need to identify those users that should be on vlan
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