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DHCP Server Multihomed host

DHCP Server Multihomed host

DHCP Server Multihomed host


I am running Windows 2000 Small Business Server.

I have internal address range 192.168.16.x

I have external IP address of

How should I configure the DHCP server?

Many thanks


RE: DHCP Server Multihomed host

Kilted, could you give us some more details on what you are trying to do?

Glen A. Johnson
Johnson Computer Consulting

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RE: DHCP Server Multihomed host

Gladly Glen,

I am wanting to have the server accept RRAS connections through VPN, this should distribute the addresses from the DHCP scope I have created. The DHCP scope is configured on the 192.x interface, although I am not sure if this is correct, should it be on the 194.x interface?

The users are getting address leases no problems at all, any ideas?

Many thanks.


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