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DHCP servers

What is the easiest solution for solving the following problem......

Two networks are coupled but each network have it's own DHCP server. Clients(when booting) requesting for an IP-address, will receive this either from the DHCP server A or B, the one which answers first. In our case, this is not what we want and prefer that the IP-addresses from DHCP server-A delivers IP-addresse only to Network A clients

and DHCP server-B only delivers IP-addresses to Network-B clients, hence to isolate these two DHCP servers.

Will creating VLAN's be an option ??

Or can one configure a Windows NT server in a way that it will only submit IP-addresses to an certain domain ??

Switch : Cisco 2900XL

DHCP-server : Windows NT

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Re: DHCP servers

Creating vlans is the easiest and best way out.

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