[K12OSN] ltsp, subnets, dhcpd.conf
lnkemp at bolivar.k12.mo.us
Tue May 20 21:38:07 UTC 2008
That is the simplest way to get it done. One thing that might help is
knowing the location of your thin clients. Are they going to be
scattered throughout the building or in one room? If it's one room Nils
hit it right on, just do a default setup with two nics and you're set.
If they are scattered then you will have to do more work.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: k12osn-bounces at redhat.com
> [mailto:k12osn-bounces at redhat.com] On Behalf Of Nils Breunese
> Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 4:33 PM
> To: Support list for open source software in schools.
> Subject: Re: [K12OSN] ltsp, subnets, dhcpd.conf
> Will Hatch wrote:
> > I'll do my best to explain my issue. I've successfully installed
> > k12ltsp in the past. That was when I was at a small
> school, with my
> > cable modem sitting beside my desk. I didn't have to worry about
> > subnets, or changing the dhcpd.conf file. Here is my current
> > situation:
> > This is a three-building school district. The internet is piped
> > into the high school, where we have a Sonicwall firewall set up.
> > The high school used subnets 0,1, and 2. My building uses 3. The
> > central office uses 4 and 5.
> > I can't find any documentation that says what I have to do
> exactly, in
> > a case like mine. All the computers in my building use a subnet of
> > .3. I have Edubuntu with ltsp installed, I have a universal boot
> > floppy written for clients. But I know I have to do something to
> > configuration files to get clients to boot.
> If you use a dual NIC setup on your K12LTSP server it
> shouldn't matter that there are different subnets. Just make
> sure you attach the switch for your thin clients to the NIC
> that does the DHCP for LTSP and that you connect the other
> NIC to the school network for internet access.
> If you do it the other way around things won't work and
> you'll be running a second DHCP on the subnet, which other
> machines (and people) are not going to like.
> Nils Breunese.
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