[K12OSN] ltsp, subnets, dhcpd.conf
dhuckaby at paasda.org
Tue May 20 18:49:12 UTC 2008
You should be fine...
put eth1 as 192.168.3.XYZ and leave eth0 as the default LTSP
since all of the thin-clients see the internet NAT'd through
192.168.3.XYZ you should be fine.
Will Hatch wrote:
> Hi All,
> 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.
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