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rpach

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I have 2 DHCP scopes defined, and 2 Lan cards.

The problem is:
I have reservations on one of the cards and want to all the other users, not reserved, to get IP assigned by the second card. But the reservations aren't respected, so only one of the scopes work... the free scope.
Is that normal? Is there any way to get respect for the reservations in one scope and free assignement in other?

Thanks Rolling Eyes
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Miko

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I got same question, and cant find answer.

Kerio WinRoute Firewall 6.7.1 patch2 build 6544 Qt 3.3.6


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If I good understand, you want to dived network into pieces:
- trusted network (computers with reservation in DHCP scope)
- untrusted network (each other - without reserversion)
(I'm not sure, because you're mantion about two network adapters - I don't know how you use this in your network?)

DHCP in KWF hasn't any possibility to assing scope to network adapter. We have similar problem to resolve in our customers network (twice). We resolved it this way:
- One DHCP server on Windows Server (or other) with reservation
- Second DHCP server on KWF
- We've created specific rules on KWF to put through Kerio DHCP only on one network interface.

Ask if you need more information or your situation is diffrent.

rpach wrote on Wed, 29 September 2004 21:43
I have 2 DHCP scopes defined, and 2 Lan cards.

The problem is:
I have reservations on one of the cards and want to all the other users, not reserved, to get IP assigned by the second card. But the reservations aren't respected, so only one of the scopes work... the free scope.
Is that normal? Is there any way to get respect for the reservations in one scope and free assignement in other?

Thanks Rolling Eyes


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vcvbonsai

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robsik wrote on Fri, 30 April 2010 23:02
If I good understand, you want to dived network into pieces:
- trusted network (computers with reservation in DHCP scope)
- untrusted network (each other - without reserversion)
(I'm not sure, because you're mantion about two network adapters - I don't know how you use this in your network?)

DHCP in KWF hasn't any possibility to assing scope to network adapter. We have similar problem to resolve in our customers network (twice). We resolved it this way:
- One DHCP server on Windows Server (or other) with reservation
- Second DHCP server on KWF
- We've created specific rules on KWF to put through Kerio DHCP only on one network interface.

Ask if you need more information or your situation is diffrent.



Hey!, I have the same issue, but only 2 days to solve it, could you give me some hints to implent the second dhcp?!!!...

thanks in advanced

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