We have DHCP setup at the office on one of our Windows Server 2008 boxes. Everyone that has a wired connection goes through our router at
10.10.10.1 and is assigned an address from our DHCP server at
10.10.10.20. The DHCP scope is setup to assign IPs for
Then, we added a wireless network using the same scope and we ran out of IPs. The wireless router has an IP of
10.10.20.1 and has DHCP running on it that assigns clients an address of
10.10.20.50-200. This is fine, except that I want to manage the DHCP on the Windows 2008 Server at
10.10.10.20. If I turn off the DHCP on the wireless router how do I guarantee that all wireless devices will get assigned an IP from the proper scope?