DHCP Superscope issue

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    phil_H
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    Hi all,

    I have an issue with a newly created superscope on my DHCP server, current config is:

    original IP scope =192.168.3.100 -192.168.3.250 this is now virtually full, so i’ve added a superscope of 192.168.2.100 -192.168.2.199.

    The network consists of a number of HP 2810 switches and a Watchguard acting as a router and firewall. I know I need to add a route to the DHCP server ( which is also the DNS server) and add the IP address to the Watchguard interface as a secondary addtress. Both of these i can do, however i’m confused as to what actual addresses I should add to these devices to allow DHCP serving, and routing between the 192.168.3.x addree range and the 192.168.2.x range.

    Currently the Watchguard router interface is configured as 192.168.3.2 the DHCP server (and DNS) are on 192.168.3.3

    Any pointers would be gratefully recieved.

    Phil.

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