DHCP Event ID: 1053


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Greg

I have a Win2k SBS Server, dual homed, running ISA. I am
getting an Event ID: 1053, Source: DHCPServer,
Description: The DHCP/BINL service on this Small Business
Server has encountered another server on this network
with IP Address, <IP address>, belonging to the domain.

The IP address that is causing the problem is on the
outside (ISP). First of all the there should be no
conflict here, but there is. Second I cant seem to figure
out why or how the DHCP, running on the internal
interface, is Discovering a DHCP on the outside?

So my problem is, stopping the DHCP server from
broadcasting on the external interface, and getting it to
broacast on my internal (192.168.1.x) network.

Thank you,
Greg
 
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Danny Slye - [MSFT}

The DHCP Service will bind to all adapters. To disable the binding from
the External NIC:

1) Disconnect that Nic from the network
2) Start DHCP Services
3) Within the DHCP Console, under the properties of the Domain, Advanced
Tab, click
on Bindings button, and uncheck the Nic that was specified in the error
message
Event 1503.
4) Reconnect server to the network

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I have a Win2k SBS Server, dual homed, running ISA. I am
getting an Event ID: 1053, Source: DHCPServer,
Description: The DHCP/BINL service on this Small Business
Server has encountered another server on this network
with IP Address, <IP address>, belonging to the domain.

The IP address that is causing the problem is on the
outside (ISP). First of all the there should be no
conflict here, but there is. Second I cant seem to figure
out why or how the DHCP, running on the internal
interface, is Discovering a DHCP on the outside?

So my problem is, stopping the DHCP server from
broadcasting on the external interface, and getting it to
broacast on my internal (192.168.1.x) network.

Thank you,
Greg

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Danny Slye
Microsoft Support Professional
MCSE

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