• Problem with VLAN DHCP, wrong Subnet IP address

    Hi, I have a problem with my VLAN, the problem is; I have got a Win2k Server with DHCP configured, 1x Superscope, with 3 scopes underneath it, subnets 192.168.2.0 (range 100-254), 192.168.20.0 (range 100-254), and 192.168.30.0 (range 100-254). When I manually enter the to the port according Ip...

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  • Is it possible to create multiple scopes with a DHCP server having only one NIC?

    Does it require two NIC's for creating multiple scopes on a DHCP server.

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  • VPN on DHCP server

    Hi, We have a Outlook Exchange Server in Dubai and in our Intranet we have a DHCP server in India. How to make all of the DHCP clients in the Intranet to have a VPN connection with the Dubai Server?

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  • Users can’t access website hosted offsite from inside network.

    Here is the configuration and then I will explain the problem: 1 Windows 2003 server DNS and DHCP running on sigle server. 10 Windows XP users Currently when the domain is setup using the name of the company which is also the domain name for their registered website i.e www.xyz.com is doamin...

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  • Using IP helper-address on a VLAN with two subnets

    I am trying to get IP helper-address to be able to pull DHCP addresses from a super scope. Right now it will only pull from the subscope that matches the subnet of the primary subnet for the vlan. Does anyone know of a way around this? Or if there would be an adverse affect on the current DHCP...

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  • New Domain Controller and DNS server problems

    I'm trying to get rid of an old w2k server that is the DC and DNS server. I added DC and DNS to an existing w2k3 server and it looks like it replicated all the AD data ( I see users and machines listed ) but when I unplug the old server and login to the network at a workstation I don't get access...

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  • Network/VPN/exchange Windows Server 2003

    I have a networked environment. with exchange 2k3 installed on windows 2k3 server. I created a domain in that networked environment but its not a registered one to the internet. That is it is a local domain. I have a broadband (ISP) which is AOL. I created an outlook internally for the users . How...

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  • Configure DNS, Active Directory, firewall, proxy and DHCP

    How would I be able to configure DNS, Active Directory, proxy settings, and DHCP?

    meiyarul10 pointsBadges:
  • dhcp&dns relation in active directory

    dhcp&dns relation in active directory

    Mgthakare5 pointsBadges:
  • W2K Advance Server 2 nics, DHCP and DNS enabled, clients cannot connect to internet, server can

    Hello, I have a W2K Advance Server using a router with the following informatipon provided, the one board NIC is conected to a router which I can connet to the internet, the clients cannot: On board NIC: Connection Specific DNS: swbell.net DCHP Enabled: Yes Autoconfiguration Enabled: Yes IP Address...

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  • Backing up Windows DHCP server 2003 if server goes down

    How can we backup a windows 2003 DHCP server to recover it quickly if the server goes down or is unavailable?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between BOOP and DHC protocol

    What is the difference between BOOP and DHC Protocol?

    pavankumarpagadala5 pointsBadges:
  • Dual NICs causing sync problem

    I have a computer with 2 NICs each pulling an IP from a different DHCP server in order to access two different networks. The computer syncs with Retrospect on one server and only needs file access on the other. The problem is that periodically the computer cannot sync, leaving it unable to get to...

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  • HowTo: Internally redirect http for Outlook Web Access

    Being a relatively small firm, we have just one public IP address. Before we apply for another, I would like to hear your opinion on this: Until now, our web sites have been located on external web hotels, and http access to our IP address has been used for Outlook Web Access. Last month, we have...

    Onilke95 pointsBadges:
  • How to copy Active Directory users from one server to another server

    Hi , We have currently ADS with Exchange 2000, I would like to copy the ADs users from one server to another server. Thanks & regards Malebold

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  • DHCP server settings for Windows Server 2003

    Can somebody help with step by step setting on Windows 2003 server?

    Daptron200010 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Wireless 1200 series access point

    Hello all, does anyone know how to change the DHCP range that a Cisco 1200 series Access point gives out, the IP for the AP is 10.20.x.x, and it give out IP's in the 192.168.x.x range, does anyone know how I can get it to change to the 10.20.x.x range as this is the range that I want the computers...

    CGarcia26C1,025 pointsBadges:
  • apipa

    Hi guys, I apologize for asking what I'm sure is a pretty basic question but can anyone help me regarding the apipas capabilities. I am aware that you are allocated one if the DHCP is down or not accessible but I can't get my head round weather or not an apipa address will only give you access to...

    Hattitude5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS hosts file

    Does there exist a hosts.txt file for TLD or Root name servers in our system using Windows or Linux?

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  • Consolidating 6 file servers using virtual servers

    We have 6 file servers and 1 Active Directory server and 1 DHCP/DNS server on a 2003 active directory network. How can we consolidate these boxes using virtual servers cheaply and easily?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:

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