Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au
Fri Jun 2 03:38:40 UTC 2006
>Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 11:46:21 -0300
>From: "Kingston, Ken" <Ken.Kingston at aliant.ca>
>To: <dhcp-users at isc.org>
>I have a system that has several thousand ip tv set-top boxes. I need to
>configure dhcp to point a few (up to 100) to a test set of application
>servers. They are all the same type of set-top box and are on the same
>flat network. The only unique thing I have to key on is the mac address.
>I have tried a combination of classes/subclasses but have had no luck
>(still goes to the main pool and points to the production servers.
>Anybody have a sample config that would do something like this.
In the test pool you need to have "allow members of "test-class"; and
in the production pool you need to have "deny members of "test-class";
Alternatively, if they're in the same pools you need to define the
production values in a less-specific scope (maybe in the subnet or
global scope rather than in the pool) so that the class-based scope for
your test clients gets picked up.
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