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Server 2016 with DHCP role on a DHCP network

Dujith
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So i'm testing a server which has 2 nic's. 1 of those will be used for camera's and the other for internet.

Without the internet side connected everything worked with the server handing out IP to camera's.

 

When i connect the internet side the dhcp server fails to start and mentions another dhcp server found (the router in my case)

But i just want to use the DHCP server for the camera's

 

My config ip wise:

 

Camera's are on 192.168.80.x

Internet side is 10.10.20.200

 

I had a scope for 192.168.80.20-80

 

What did i screw up? :D 

 

 

 

 

 

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It sounds like the server is running the DHCP service on all connected ports. Whatever software you're using to manage the DHCP service find where it shows you the available ports and exclude the internal(internet) network from the service list. There should be no conflict message if the service is off on the internal(internet) port.

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48 minutes ago, Dujith said:

So i'm testing a server which has 2 nic's. 1 of those will be used for camera's and the other for internet.

Without the internet side connected everything worked with the server handing out IP to camera's.

 

When i connect the internet side the dhcp server fails to start and mentions another dhcp server found (the router in my case)

But i just want to use the DHCP server for the camera's

 

My config ip wise:

 

Camera's are on 192.168.80.x

Internet side is 10.10.20.200

 

I had a scope for 192.168.80.20-80

 

What did i screw up? :D 

 

 

 

 

 

Just try to deadctivate DHCP on the router, you'll still be able to use the IP to connect to the GUI.

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1 hour ago, Windows7ge said:

It sounds like the server is running the DHCP service on all connected ports. Whatever software you're using to manage the DHCP service find where it shows you the available ports and exclude the internal(internet) network from the service list. There should be no conflict message if the service is off on the internal(internet) port.

I am using the standard DHCP role in Server 2016 Essential. I will have a look if i can find it. No luck so far :D

 

37 minutes ago, Oxydoreduction said:

Just try to deadctivate DHCP on the router, you'll still be able to use the IP to connect to the GUI.

That wont be an option for when i want to put in another network. 

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1 hour ago, Dujith said:

I am using the standard DHCP role in Server 2016 Essential. I will have a look if i can find it. No luck so far :D

I would expect to find it under an advanced menu somewhere. It would either list the network adapter ports like eth0, eth1, or list them by IP address:

Network: 192.168.80.0, 10.10.20.200 then ask which network to run the DHCP service on.

I have no experience with that OS but I would expect a server OS with DHCP functionality to give you the option to control which ports run the service.

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