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Although it isn t required to exclude a DHCP address that you assign a reserva-
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tion to, we prefer to exclude an entire range of addresses and then use DHCP reservations within that range for computers and devices we want predictable addresses for. Not the normal way, but it works for us and our admittedly specialized needs.
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SBS expects to be the only DHCP server on your network, and if it senses another DHCP server, it will stop the DHCP Server service to prevent handing out duplicate IP addresses. During initial installation of SBS, if there are other DHCP servers on your network (such as your router), the setup process either disables the other DHCP server if it responds to a UPnP request, or prompts you to disable the server manually. Although it s technically possible to use some other DHCP server rather than the SBS server, the SBS wizards are designed to function best if SBS controls the DHCP server functionality.
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To view the addresses currently leased to clients, complete the following steps:
1. 2.
Open the DHCP console if it isn t already open. In the left pane, expand the containers until you can select Address Leases (as shown in Figure 19-1) to view a list of currently assigned IP addresses and their corresponding host names.
FIGURE 19-1 Viewing assigned IP addresses
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The pool of addresses that a DHCP server can lease to clients is called a scope. For any device on the network that has a static IP address within the scope, you need to create an exclusion to prevent the DHCP server from handing out that address to a client.
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he default con guration of DHCP in SBS creates an exclusion for IP addresses from .1 to .10 in your SBS network subnet (192.168.51 in the screenshots in this
chapter). This leaves more than 240 addresses in the subnet that can be handed out by the DHCP server. We prefer to have a larger exclusion on our network to allow for additional xed IP addresses for key workstations and devices on the network. These are usually con gured as DHCP reservations but can also be con gured as xed IP addresses. We add an additional exclusion from .11 to .40 to allow plenty of room for those xed IP addresses, which still leaves more than 200 DHCP addresses for computers and devices on the network.
To create an exclusion, complete the following steps:
1. 2. 3. 4.
Open the DHCP console if it isn t already open. In the left pane, expand the containers until you can select Address Pool. Select New Exclusion Range from the Action menu. In the Add Exclusion dialog box, shown in Figure 19-2, use the Start IP Address and End IP Address boxes to specify the range of IP addresses you want to exclude. To exclude a single IP address, type it in the Start IP Address box and leave the End IP Address box blank.
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