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Re: dhcp server ansd shared-network declaration



Mike Burger wrote:
I suspect that the thrust of his question is being missed.
I suspect that he refuses to read the man page to dhcpd.conf :)
He wants the network on eth1 to be on one subnet, and the network on eth0
to be on the other.

Short of setting static assignments within his dhcpd.conf, with MAC
address definitions, what can he do to configure the dhcpd.conf for this
endeavor.
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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