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Re: [K12OSN] dhcp not authoritative question



I've used DHCP on an alternate port in the past.  It
works, and it serves the purpose you need:  to not
interfere with the existing DHCP server.  Using
rom-o-matic you can make a boot floppy that looks for
DHCP on the alternate port.

-Rob

--- Les Mikesell <les futuresource com> wrote:

> You'll break the existing network if you add another
> DHCP server. You
> either have to use separate networks (physical or
> VLAN) or configure
> your DHCP server to use an alternate port and use a
> corresponding boot
> floppy.  I haven't done this but it has been
> discussed on the list
> some time ago.  If you start with the alternate port
> approach, perhaps
> at some point you can get the Cisco dhcp disabled or
> modified so
> PXE booting will work.
> 
> -- 
>   Les Mikesell
>     les futuresource com
> 
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