I have one server DHCP Windows Server 2012 R2. Can I create the scopes :

Scope A : -  
Scope B : -  
Scope C : -  
Scope D : -  

subnet mask :

Is it possible? Any ideas/feedback?

thx a lot ya

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    Why do you want to do this? – joeqwerty Oct 27 '16 at 11:19

You would get an error that your address range and mask conflicts with another scope with your settings.

Scope test

I think you should revisit your scope settings (mask vs. IP): Suggestion

Now, I don't know the rest of your network setup, so I can't come with a better suggestion, but it will work with the Windows DHCP :)

  • okay thx your information. I want to try and I share you for any update. – Egire Oct 27 '16 at 8:53

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