We're looking at using VLANs to segment the network in our home
office. Currently everything is in a single class-B IP subnet, single
VLAN, with a single NW65 server providing DHCP.

The proposed design calls for numerous VLANs segmenting the edge
switches used for workstations, a layer-3 switch cluster to handle
routing, and separate VLANs for servers, printers & such. The end
result will be about 20 different IP subnets, using subnet masks to
carve up the existing class-B subnet.

My question is can a single NW65 DHCP server support such an
environment? If so, what are the steps to make it work?