NetWare 6.5 sp2 (Small Business Suite)

Here's our configuration:

TCP/IP
IP = 192.168.0.X
SubnetMask = 255.255.255.192
This gives 4 subnets; we use 1st 3
192.168.0.1 ~ 192.168.0.64
192.168.0.65 ~ 192.168.0.128
192.168.0.129 ~ 192.168.0.192
192.168.0.193 ~ 192.168.0.255<<UNUSED

Internet Router = 192.168.0.1

2 Servers
FileServer = 192.168.0.2
= 192.168.0.65
= 192.168.0.129
GroupWise = 192.168.0.60

4 Printers
HP1 = 192.168.0.20
HP2 = 192.168.0.72
Ricoh1 = 192.168.0.126
Ricoh2 = 192.168.0.189

Clients are grouped into 3 different groups according to which FileServer
NIC they are attached to. Each group is in a different part of the building
and adding a NIC to the server was MUCH easier than running 200' of that
special link cable between the switches. It also provides some modicum of
load balancing.

Here's the problem:
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I want to set up DHCP on the FileServer server so that it distributes IP
addresses in the range of the NIC that the client is attached to.

I can find all sorts of info on setting up DHCP with one subnet, but
multiple subnet setup info seems to be scarce.
Questions like: How do I assign a subnet range to a NIC? How do I setup the
hardcoded IPs for the Printers, Servers & Routers? etc.

I would prefer a thorough step-by-step procedure in your answer.

Thx!

Regards,

David G. Wilson
I. T. Administrator
Cole, Cole & Easley, P. C.
Victoria, Texas

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