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Re: [K12OSN] DHCP and different LTSP distros



Terrell Prudé Jr. wrote:

Yes, but it depends on how your network is set up. Because of how DHCP works, your DHCP server would need an interface on each of the LTSP client segments.

This isn't strictly true, but you do need DHCP relay support on routers connecting the segments. If they are Cisco, that would be the 'ip helper-address' directive. The DHCP server does need subnet configurations for each supported range (which can have separate boot and nfs servers you you like) but it doesn't have to be directly connected.

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 Les Mikesell
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