When setting up your virtual network the concern of IP address management is one you will eventually have to face. Microsoft has made this a lot easier through providing a built-in DHCP server that can be used with any virtual network you have setup. To access this virtual DHCP server you need to do the following:
- Open the Virtual Server administration web page
- Under the Virtual Networks heading select “Configure”, and then click on the network you wish to modify
- Click “DHCP Server” near the bottom of the window
Chris Sanders is the network administrator for one of the largest public school systems in the state of Kentucky. Chris's specialties include general network administration, windows server 2003, wireless networking, and security. You can view Chris' personal website at www.chrissanders.org.