Last year I was running out of IP addresses so I change the subnet mask (method: resubnetting), deleted the entire DHCP scope and recreated with new subnet mask. Scope is 192.168.30.1 to 192.168.31.254 subnet 255.255.254.0 - I am running Windows Server 2003 std with a parent/child domain for a small school. IPís are handed out just fine by the dhcp server but when an ip from 192.168.31.x is handed out to a machine in the parent domain, it will not map the network drives. If a machine is handed out a 192.168.31.x ip it will not allow you to join the parent domain. However it will allow you to join the child domain and map the drives for that domain. Which leaves me to believe my problem lies somewhere elseÖ. Any suggestion on what to look for would be greatly appreciated.
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Issues after resubnetting