Expand DHCP scope - none destructive
Like a lot of you I have two networks in the school, my curriculam side and my admin side.
MY curriculum side is 192.168.1.0 and my admin side is 10. IP range so I'm fine with that.
Basically I'm looking to expand the scope on my 192.168.1.0 range to allow more than 254 addresses as I'm approaching capacity, the problem is I'd like this as none destructive as possible as the network has been configured well before I arrived so I am only moderately familiar with and being a school there is little room for everythign going down the pan whilst I fix the kinks.
I've read things about re-subnetting and super scoping etc but am undecided on the best action to take.
As it stands at the moment I have 2 DC's, a TMG server and 190 or so clients on my 192.168.1.0 scope, as well as things like printers, IP CCTV and IP Doors, I also have a trust between my admin and curriculam network for SIMS access and it's affecting that which is making me the most nervous.
Is there a way I can expand my scope without then going in and possibly having to reconfigure everything on the network?
Cheers in advance