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    ozydave
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    Sorry if this has been asked before!
    We have one large network. The ip’s 10.120.160.1 to 10.120.160.199 are reserved for static addresses.
    The dhcp dishes out address in the range 10.120.160.200 – 10.120.163.254. we have 400 PCs with about 30 of these being laptops.
    We have a server running windows 2003 as the domain controller running active directory and group policies, and 5 other servers doing various tasks.
    If I subnet the network do I need a separate domain controller for each subnet or can the existing domain controller do the task of dishing out address on two or more different subnets? Is this like creating ‘active directory sites’?
    How could I do it with VLANS?
    I hope this makes sense to someone!
    Cheers
    Ozydave

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