Until yesterday, we had no server at our network, so we used our router, D-Link DFL 200 as DHCP server. The router has IP:
192.168.1.1 and all clients has IP in the range:
192.168.1.10 - 192.168.1.20.
Yesterday I installed a Windows SBS 2008, and I was recommended to use that one as DHCP-server instead and heard that it was pre-configured as DHCP-server. This server has IP:
Now I would like to turn off the DHCP-server in the router and use the SBS 2008 as DHCP-server. In the router I has changed from Use built-in DHCP Server to Relay DHCP request to other DHCP server:
Then I tried from a Windows XP client to renew the IP-address but that failed. The DHCP service on SBS 2008 was stopped, but I started it again, and now is it "Started", but I can still not renew the IP-address from the Windows XP client.
How do I set the Windows SBS 2008 as DHCP-server?