DHCP for SuperScope


I have a DHCP superscope being handled by a Microsoft Windows Server 2019 DHCP configuration.

The Windows DHCP server is handing out 172.30.5(2-4).0/24 addresses.

These subnets are all on the untagged VLAN.

The PepLink DHCP server configuration seems to only allow one subnet per VLAN.

Is this true?

If not, how can I configure a PepLink Balance 305 to do this job and retire the Windows DHCP server?

Thanks in advance.

The following configuration is my best guess, but this seems incorrect.

I’ve decided to modify my DHCP scope to /23.

Disregard this question.

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