Using onboard DHCP on a segregated network


Sorry if this has been posted before.

We are currently using Windows DHCP server for deployment. This DHCP server also serves user machines on our network (current private address 172.16.2.x).  

Is there a way to get the SDA to use the onboard DHCP server and have it segregated on another network (say (192.168.2.x) but still have access to the management interface on the current network?


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Posted by: Hobbsy 1 year ago
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I would say yes, but you would have to have the DNS name and destination set correctly for your SDA and the correct bridged connection between the segments. So as long as your SDA name can be resolved by DNS, anywhere on your network, you should be ok

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