A. The DHCP Split-Scope wizard allows configuration of how many addresses are allocated to the new DHCP server. However, the allocation to the second DHCP server is always the later IP addresses. You can't configure the starting number of the IP address allocation.Related Reading:
- Q. How do I use the new DHCP Split-Scope capability in Windows Server 2008 R2?
- Create DHCP Scopes
- Shell Script Makes Managing DHCP Scopes Easier
- Activating DHCP Server Scopes
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