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Hi
I recently configured dhcp role in server 2008. as it stands it seems i have 2 machines servicing dhcp requests. Since i have only one server in my environment i figured it must be the router. we are currently using a juniper network router. i am not a networking specialist so could someone assist on how to disable dhcp servicing in the router.
Thanks.

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Last Post by migicikinyanjui
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Go to your router control panel and look for something like

Network Address
Server Settings (DHCP)

Go and disable it.

Edited by jingda: n/a

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You may need to use a command line operation to disable DHCP on the Juniper network router. Some of the CISCO products also require usernames and passwords to get to an administrative level to make a change.

You will need to clobber one of the DHCP servers, otherwise the scopes could clash and cause problems.

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As others have said, you need to reconfigure your router. Usually this is a web page, but you will likely need the admin user id and password to change anything on the router.

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Just to add in case you are " really viewing " this thread. The router control panel is your router IP address. username and password is usually admin for both.

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