DNS/DHCP with Windows Server 2008 with a DHCP Router


I'm currently trying to configure up a test environment using Windows Server 2008 R2.

I'm needing to do the following with it but have looked everywhere for answers which are non existent!

I have a DHCP Router which is connected to the Modem, the Router has the IP Address of and is assigning addresses of -

I'm wanting to still allow the DHCP Router to hand out addresses to clients connected directly to it without logging into a domain, but for my Windows Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller to hand out DHCP addresses of - and have a static IP of I want my DHCP server to act as DNS/DHCP and have AD DC.

How would I be able to set this up so that my 'second' range network gets an internet connection from the DHCP Router but can assign out IPs to Computers connected to the Server network?

The Server i'm using for the Domain Controller is a HP ProLiant ML110 which has both a NIC and a Management NIC.

Sorry i'm a newbie and this may all be impossible, but I really appreciate any help!

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  1. I'm sort of wanting what this guy is wanting; http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/28076-17-windows-server-2008-dual-trouble

    But the resolution there wouldn't be appropriate!
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