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barf

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#20460 27-Mar-2008 12:10

Whats the best way to change sub-network bitmask on a Windows Server 2003 DHCP server? Need to move from /24 to /22
It appears as though I need to manually re-create all the options and leases I hope thats not true.
do I just 'netsh dhcp server export c:\dhcp.txt 192.168.x.0' then delete/re-create scope with new subnet and import that or are the scope settings exported with the database?




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  #119112 27-Mar-2008 17:46

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