You should only have one DHCP Server on a network.
If you want your router's DHCP Service running you MUST stop the Win2K DHCP
However, if your Win2K DHCP Server provides additional information for
configuration (DNS, WINS) of clients then you should not disable it, you
should not use the router's DHCP. Instead, add a NIC to the Win2K Server and
install ISA Server to share the internet connection and have a firewall in
place as well.
Quote:> I would like to use the DHCP server builtin to my Linksys Router.
> This will enale me to share the broadband cable service with other
> networks in my local office. If some one is using a peer to peer
> network, and the DHCP is disabled it will not work on the other
> netowrks. I think my only solution is to disable the dhcp server on
> win 2k server and use the router dhcp server. What do you think?
Can this be done ?
My NT keeps getting trashed
If not is there another way ?
4. Dynamic DNS