DHCP W2K, flooded

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    anormand
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    Hi.

    Since a week I have my DHCP flooded with bad_address and Unique IDs (8digits, always the same last 6 digits ex. xx84a8c0). This makes the pool full and workstations unable to connect the network.
    I deleted them and they also came back.
    I suspected a rogue DHCP sitting on the network.
    I used dhcploc.exe to trace dhcp request and only found my DHCP server.
    I did also scan the network for UDP 67 and 68 and found nothing worng.

    Any ideas on how to resolve this issue.

    Regards

    Anormand

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