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Re: dhcp server ansd shared-network declaration




The dhcp server should accept connections on the interfaces for which it has a subnet decleration for.

Regards
John

On Thu, 7 Dec 2006, tamer amr wrote:

thank you for helping me

but  i want to know
which interface  the dhcpd server will work on  eth0 or eth1 and how come ?
Suppose i have two subnets 192.168.1.0 and 192.168.0.0  which interface will i use it ?




John O'Loughlin <j oloughlin qmul ac uk> wrote:
hi i want to know what is the shared-network declaration option in dhcpd server  configurtion

and i want to know how the dhcp server is serving two different subnets

Suppose you have a dhcp server with two interfaces on different subnets,
they will probably have a number of common configurations, such as
domain-name, maybe domain-name-servers, so you could have something that
looks like:

shared-network my-network {

option domain-name etc

subnet {

}

subnet {

}

}




thank you

please answer me as soon as possible

good bye


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