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[K12OSN] How to change X-terminales networks



Hello,

I am preparing a "standar server" for schools with k12ltsp over CentOS. It runs over Linux RAID, so cloning the server for similar hardware is quite easy.

BUT, I have a problem with networking. I am preparing the server for network 192.168.1.x, but when I have to install it in schools, quite often I find that their network is in the range 192.168.0.x, or 192.168.10.x or any other different from the one I have prepared. As far as the server will not only server "dumb" terminals (old computers) but also real computers for services like http, samba, dns, and others, I may need to change my net range from 192.168.1.x to theirs, better than changing IPs to serveral tens computers scattered all over the building (something that they frecuently do not like).

But changing it has proved to be not an easy task. Lots of configuration files are involved. I have seen all those files are created and/or correctly configured on installation, but changing them after than needs a lot of handwork, I have tried with ltspadmin, but I only solves part of the problem.

So, my question is:

Is there an easy way to "say" to the system, "network is not 192.168.1.x any more, now is 192.168.0.x", and get all the involved files changed or recreated accordingly, like in installation happens ?

Thanks.

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