[K12OSN] Help: 2 dhcp servers!

Terrell Prude', Jr. microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sun May 16 13:55:59 UTC 2004

That would mean he's still using the K12LTSP DHCP server, though.  
Personally, I would consider this a major improvement over the Windows 
DHCP server, but he may have Layer 8 issues getting in his way.

However, I know from experience that, running on a 386-33 w/ 32MB DRAM, 
ISC DHCPD can easily--EASILY--handle a large (1,000+ computers) high 
school.  We did just this at several schools back in the Red Hat Linux 
5.2 days w/ nary a hiccup.  That was actually part of the justification 
to get DHCP off the Windows servers.  :-)


cliebow at downeast.net wrote:

>change dhcpd.conf and replace numbers in the range and in the root 
>path..chnage exports so instead of 192.168.0 use your subnet..change hosts 
>so all 192.168 reflect your sybnet...change lts.conf where it reads server 
>= 192.168.0.
>better yt chnge nic and let ltspcfg do it for you..chuck
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