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#1 DKLordCyber


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Posted 19 September 2012 - 02:45 AM


I have just taken over the network of a shcool, were the are running a normal scope.

They have only set up for 200 ip adresses, and i want to change to a Superscope. Is there any way, i can do it with out shutting down the server. I meen, can i edit the old "normal" to a Superscope insted, so i can send out more ip's? =)


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Posted 25 September 2012 - 07:11 AM

If your asking can you adjust the DHCP settings without shutting down the server the answer is yes. You will have to forcibly end allnof the DHCP leases for the changes to take effect. Also rather than trying to setup a supserscope why not just adjust to the class B private address scheme so you have a few thousand IP addresses to work with????
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