I'm having an issue with a DHCP server and I would love to get help from the pro's here on WPW.
The DHCP server is on a win 2003 server box.
Here is the mark up and issue.
We have 2 buildings. Lets say building A and building B.
In building A we have the DHCP server. The ip address of this server is 10.65.0.2 and it sits behind a router that is has an ip of 10.65.0.1. This building also has about 100 work stations. The ip block for this building is 10.65.0.0 - 10.65.3.255
In building B we have about 150 work stations that pull ip addresses from the DHCP server in building A. The block of ip's for this building is 10.65.32.0 - 10.65.35.255 and the router's ip address is set to 10.65.32.1.
We have more buildings but I'm going to keep it simple here. Now I set up the DHCP server in building A and made a superscope that holds the two scopes. One scope is for building A and the other is for building B. Since we do not have access to the routers as they are controlled by AT&T, we had them set all the routers to point the DHCP request to the 10.65.0.2 ip address. I have called and confirmed this setting and ip block ranges for each building.
Under the server setting for the scope for building A I set the DNS ip's to what they are and also set the router setting to 10.65.0.1. All other settings are blank.
Under the server settings for the scope for building B I set the DNS ip's to what they are and also set the router setting to 10.65.32.1. All other settings are blank.
The issue is that for some reason building B sometimes pulls ip addresses from building A's scope and hence any workstation that does this can not hit the internet as it does not have a proper ip for that building. Can anyone please point me in the right direction as to what setting to change so we can correct this?