DHCP issue

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princetech

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hi

i have just set up a physcial server using server 2012 and i am running a few virtual machines on it using hyper v the issue the vms are all joined to the domain, however the issue i am having is when i log into these virtual machines they take forever to log in i belive this is due to the fact the dhcp is still coming from my superhub.

What i did i was i turned off my dhcp on the superhub and set up the dhcp on the server but after doing that my wireless devices at home did not connect where have i gone wrong

Also my server is not always going to be on so is it possible to have 2 dhcp servers on a network.
The dhcp on the superhub will serve the wireless devices and one physcial desktop
and the dhcp server on the server can serve the vms?
 

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Unless you have some sort of layer 2 isolation between the two DHCP servers (either through having them physically separate or through logical isolation--VLAN), you cannot have two DHCP servers operating on the same layer 2 network.
 

princetech

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These virtual machines only take a long time if im login into it via the domain
 

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Not sure exactly what you're meaning but if you're saying the login time to these VMs are long when you try to do a domain login, this tells me there's a problem with your AD server.
 
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