[K12OSN] Help: 2 dhcp servers!
Terrell Prude', Jr.
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sun May 16 00:25:12 UTC 2004
I'm in the same situation; my WAN runs subnets of 10.0.0.0/8. As I
recall, there are a few things to do, but it's not that bad. It's just
a matter of modifying the IP addresses in two--possibly three if you got
fancy--files on the K12LTSP server to reflect your "new" range.
3.) /etc/resolv.conf -- this applies only if you're running a DNS
server on your K12LTSP server and pointing your K12LTSP server to itself
(used only in special circumstances--it's off by default).
A simple "find 'n' replace" in kedit, gedit, or your favorite editor
will handle this fine. I replaced "192.168.0" with "10.64.96" in my
case. Your last octet of course doesn't have to be 254 if you don't
want it to be, say, if it's already taken by something else (your
router, perhaps?). I left it as 254 simply because our routers all end
in .1, and I was lazy. :-)
My K12LTSP server at home handles both i386 and Mac clients, on separate
segments. The Mac segment uses 192.168.1.1/24, and the i386 side uses
192.168.0.254/24 (same segment as my router).
Bob K wrote:
> I've got the same problem but the IP range of the Windows box is
> different than what is standard in K12LTSP, so the server must be set
> up differently. 1. How do you set up the server to use a different IP
> 2. How do the clients know to boot of this network, or does it just
> Thanks in advance!!!
> Terrell Prude', Jr. wrote:
>> Chuck Liebow will suggest running the K12LTSP DHCP server on a
>> nonstandard port, using boot floppies that tell the thin client what
>> UDP port to use. He's described good results with this.
>> The other way is to add the parameters for the K12LTSP thin clients
>> to the existing DHCP server's scope and not run dhcpd on the K12LTSP
>> server at all. That's how I do it.
>> Robert Arkiletian wrote:
>>> Using k12ltsp on a shared hub on a windows network. Already has a
>>> dhcp server broadcasting ip's.
>>> Is there any way to setup the bootrom floppy to reject ip's from the
>>> other dhcp server??
>>> Robert Arkiletian
>>> Eric Hamber Secondary
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