I have a network configured in the following fashion:
|-> Imaging server (192.168.1.42) |-> 192.168.1.100-150 range Internet->Router A-+-> Router B-⊺-> DHCP Server (Windows Server 2003, 192.168.2.2) |-> 192.168.2.151-200 range
Is it possible to configure the DHCP Server to give out IP addresses to both ranges? Would it need to be directly on the Router A network?
A few more details: Routers A & B are both D-link routers with DHCP off. Router A (DI-624) connects via PPPOE to the internet, and has an internal IP address of 192.168.1.1. Router B (DI-604) is statically assigned 192.168.1.2 to connect to Router A, and has an internal IP address of 192.168.2.1.
I've tried forwarding port 68 on Router A (DHCP requests), and made sure all other DHCP services are off (Router A, Router B, imaging server). Eventually, I'd also like to be able to set up the imaging server (Ubuntu/Fog Project) to serve all computers on the network via PXE boot.
I've seen this question, but I'm unsure how to configure my router as a DHCP helper (possible with a bare-bones D-link router?), as the only DHCP related options seem to be turning the service off and on.
As an aside, is it necessary for that last number of the IP address to be discrete across both ranges?