[oclug] DHCP Serving
binarymaster at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 9 21:03:20 EST 2001
For the DHCPd I use few years ago, the best trick is to first define
segments to serve specifically, with the appropriate netmask, to make sure
you don't serve anybody else. Also, the standard way to start the service is
with no special parameter. By default, the dhcpd will attempt to serve all
segments. If you specify the interface as a parameter, it will serve only
this segment. That's the way I understand it.
I had a dhcpd with about 15 lines in the config file, and one more line in
the /etc/rc.local file, invoking "/usr/bin/dhcpd eth1", or something like
this. I write all of this from memory, since i use a hardware firewall for a
From: oclug-admin at lists.oclug.on.ca
[mailto:oclug-admin at lists.oclug.on.ca]On Behalf Of Dan Cardamore
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2002 7:50 PM
To: oclug at lists.oclug.on.ca
Subject: [oclug] DHCP Serving
I hate to use that four letter word again, but does anyone have a DHCP
server config file?
I've got the standard setup (2 nics, 1 = rogers, 1 = int lan) and I want
to serve IP's to my internal network for the range: 192.168.1.*
The only thing stoping me from doing it myself is that I'm afraid I'll
be handing out packets to other rogers users and then taking down my
subnet... although it does sound fun...
Can someone reply with their /etc/dhcpd.conf file?
Dan Cardamore <dan at hld.ca> http://www.hld.ca
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