[K12OSN] Win Term

rmcdaniel at indata.us rmcdaniel at indata.us
Tue Dec 27 22:12:35 UTC 2005

You can always turn off the DHCP server on your Win2003 server and let
the K12LTSP server also act as the DHCP server for your whole subnet. 
Your Win2003 server can still be your DNS server.  That is seperate and
apart from DHCP.  Another option is to use the LTSP server with both
NICs. You just have to make sure that you use vlans to seperate the two
networks, Windows and Thin Clients, or physically use different switches
depending on the location of the clients.  I think that the first option
is going to be the easiest solution.

Congrats on finding a great solution in LTSP!


Ronald R. McDaniel
Conecuh County Schools
(251) 578-7073 x26
(251) 238-1890 cell
1*4238*104 SouthernLinc
rmcdaniel at indata.us

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [K12OSN] Win Term
> From: Kathy Kingsford <jkford at sbcglobal.net>
> Date: Tue, December 27, 2005 3:34 pm
> To: k12osn at redhat.com
> I've finally found the product I've been looking for the "K12LTPS" I am very pleased about it. But as you can tell I am pretty new to this program and I am still learning my way through.
>  The installation of the program went through smoothly I never had any worries, but the only issues that I am facing right now are:
>  1-- The DHCP Server. I already have windows DHCP Server that provides IP addresses to my windows workstations on the same subnet as my Linux workstations. Now with K12LTPS server implemented as well as few linux terminal stations on the Network, I am not sure how to redirect the Linux terminal workstations to K12LTPS Server and the Windows workstations to the DHCP server. My DNS is running on Windows Server 2003. 
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