• DHCP Over VPN Win2K3

    I have successfully set up my Windows 2k3 DHCP server on my local network. There's no domain, so everything is set up in a workgroup. I only need the server for laptops that travel between our home office where the server works, and our remote office, where none of the laptops are picking up their...

    ChevyAdmin20 pointsBadges:
  • Static IP in scope

    does it matter if a static LAN ip is included in a routers DHCP scope? lets say routers scope is 50-100 and my static LAN ip is in that range?

    Unclebunkiefromhell5 pointsBadges:
  • Need your help to connect remote sites

    I have 4 cisco 800 routers i have configured with NAT and DHCP and they are all connected to the internet via satellite. I have a database server that i want remote sites to access it has an ip 192.168.0.2. All the four LAN'S are on the network 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0 and they are behind a public...

    Kenweed5 pointsBadges:
  • New DHCP Range

    I would like to change my IP Range scope in DHCP but would like to know how to get workstations to obtain their new IP addresses without rebooting their computers and/or doing a release and renew. Is there a way to do that?

    1supergirl5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN/LAN connectivity

    Hello,We have a LAN of 100 machines with Win 2003 server. DHCP is enabled for this network.There is a separate machine connected to a VPN.IP address range for LAN and VPN machine is quiet different. We need to connect the VPN machine on LAN. How can that be done? What should be the set up for IP...

    Rps5 pointsBadges:
  • outlook 2003 connection problems with exchange server

    We are about to use the Exchange server from a parent company. We created VPN tunnels between their CIsco routers and our netscreen ones. I can ping the exchange server with its IP address 172.31.1.20 and also with its name ( email.domain.org ). When I set up the email account I enter the IP...

    Exuardo35 pointsBadges:
  • Associate Vlan with subnet

    Hi, I can't figure out how to associate a VLAN with a Subnet. For subnets you need to have a router in between. For VLAN's trunking...but how do I associate these 2 so when a port on the switch is change from VLAN 1 to VLAN 2 to get IP address from a different subnet DHCP. Thank you!

    Alan Dala30 pointsBadges:
  • One DHCPACK too many in failover ISC DHCP

    Hi Im running ISC DHCP 3.0.1 (yes old I know) and have recently experianced a strange thing when some clients are requesting to extend the lease. I have a failover solution and in some cases both servers answers the DHCPREQUEST with an DHCPACK on the same IP adress even thou, naturally, only one of...

    G00ner5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring a Win2003 share to be available to all XP users on networked machines

    Been a long while since I've worked with Windows, and the networking metaphor is killing me (Unix here...). I have in a server room a Win 2003 server with a large RAID. There are 4 XP machines in 2 offices, all on the same LAN/subnet (2003 server is DHCP server for the XP machines). The network is...

    Smsd15 pointsBadges:
  • Help needed implementing DHCP Relay Agent

    I am very new to networking but I know the basics. Now I am really interested to know how I can implement DHCP relay in C language for one of our client's switch. That is my first project. My strengths include C, Unix and the basics of networking. Can someone point me in the right direction on how...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP License

    The DHCP ip address is being used by some other computer and it wont release back into the license pool for another computer to use it. How do you get the DHCP ip address for the old computer? How can you reuse it?

    Teche5 pointsBadges:
  • Deny DHCP and Network access to rogue wireless routers

    We are running a MS DHCP network and home wireless routers are finding their way in. I scan the DHCP scopes daily and thought I was denying their ability to connect by creating a reservation for the MAC address and modifying the configuration options for the device. I set the following options to...

    Twhite0 pointsBadges:
  • dhcp

    i ve configured dhcp server on my network, in which there are 200 pc's. all are having their dynamically arranged ip addresses. suppose i m disonnecting one of my pc from the network and again im reconnecting it, am i going to get the same ip address or not. i ve configured the scope also.

    Srikanth0810 pointsBadges:
  • Stop Error (C000021a)

    I am receiving this stop error(C000021a) "windows logon process system process terminated unexpectedly" with win 2000 server. Safe mode and Last Known Good Conf. works fine. Is there any solution without reformating the HDD? I have ERD with me. Will that help me? Any advise on this would be highly...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • two networks two internet conections only want too use one

    my problem is this i have my home network with a windows server 2003 runing DHCP, and providing the whole of my network with internet using two NIC cards, my next door neighbour wants too be able to access the files on my network the problem is he also has the internet and when he is conected to my...

    Wabit5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring Internet for the DC with DHCP

    ok, im a semi newb when it comes to domain controllers and networks. since we dont have an IT person on staff full time, i have to fill that role. we moved locations and i brought over all the computer equipment (server, switches, etc) and reinstalled them exactly how we had them at the other...

    Joshik65 pointsBadges:
  • Lost Connections

    I am having problems with some machines losing their internet connections. I do a ipconfig release and renew and everything is fine. The odd thing is after a couple of weeks, the problem goes away. Where should I start looking to find the cause of this issue?

    Scl270 pointsBadges:
  • GPO — increasing logon banner size

    how to configure a logon banners that can exceed 512 characters in length in window server 2003?

    Rmcfarla0 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP

    I have a network with one range of IPs (10.122.244.1 to 10.122.244.254), and I am runing out of IP's wich the best way to increase the range with out use the superscope.

    Ama92710 pointsBadges:
  • Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node?

    I work for a company that has an Ethernet peer to peer lan. All nodes are MS XP Pro PC's. They presently have a Direcway node that supplies Internet access. The Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node? Does it...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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