Configuring DHCP scopes

In the previous recipe, Installing and authorizing a DHCP server, you installed and authorized a DHCP server on DC1.Reskit.Org. Before that server can begin to provide IP address configuration information to DHCP clients, you need to create a DHCP scope and DHCP options. A DHCP scope is a range of DHCP addresses that your DHCP server can give out (for a given IP subnet). DHCP options are specific configuration options your DHCP server provides, such as the IP address of the DNS server. DHCP options can be set at a scope level or at a server level, depending on the needs of your organization.

Getting ready

This recipe adds and configures a DHCP scope for your DHCP service on DC1. You installed the DHCP service and authorized ...

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