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Oke, to answer your question.
Subnets are always connected by routers, and one of the specs of a router is that it doesn't forward broadcasts, a DHCP discover packet is a broadcast. (MAC of al FFF's)
Then you can do 2 things.
Set up a DHCP server on each subnet.
Use a DHCP relay agent to encapsulate the DHCP traffic so it can pass a router.
Your DHCP server will then know wich IP it must give based on the address of the DHCp relay agent (assuming that your DHCP server is configured with multiple scopes)
John Bruijntjes aka JJB.
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