2 DHCP servers causing grief
I have a classroom setup where I did, using the same physical network, create 2 domains using different IP-ranges and now I'd like to have a separate DHCP box in each of these domains.
The problem is that since DHCP being what it is, I run into such a situation that 1 DHCP server takes control and issues adresses for domain A, me being unable to connect a pc to domain B using the DHCP of domain B :mad:.
Is there any way without reconfiguring the network itself that I can use to achieve my goal, ie each domain serverd by it's own DHCP ?
Any advice appreciated ;)